Competing Interests in Family Law: Legal Rights and Duties by John C. Mayoue

By John C. Mayoue

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CONST. art. I, § 8. 9See GA. CODE ANN. § 24-9-27(a)(1982 & Supp. 1997). 10 There is a case law tradition of allowing a privilege against public degradation. Brown v. Kingsley, 38 lowa 220 (1874); Pence v. Dozier, 70 Ky. 133 (1870). 11 Baxter v. S. 308, 319 (1976). 12 Bellis v. S. 85, 94 (1979). " Page 5 Applicability of the Privilege in Family Law This section covers the legal mechanics of asserting the privilege in the civil context, such as the standards and presumptions used by divorce courts and the criminal and testimonial requirements that must be present before asserting the privilege, as well as who may assert the privilege.

2d 731 (1973); Lowder v. C. 2d 247 (1981); First Fed. Sav. & Loan Ass'n of Salt Lake City v. 2d 1257 (Utah 1984). 67 Rogers v. S. 367 (1951). 68 Feig v. Feig, 246 Ga. 2d 723 (1980). Page 11 tion looks at how, through a claimant's conduct, a court may find that the Fifth Amendment has been invoked, however tacit the signals. However, a keen practitioner must realize that a court can find that a claimant has implicitly waived application of this privilege to specific evidence through past conduct as well.

App. 1993). 24 Barber v. 2d 451 (Colo. Ct. App. 1991). Page 6 Threat of Criminal Prosecution Husband and Wife were involved in a divorce action. Husband invoked his Fifth Amendment privilege during a deposition on October 3, 1989. Wife moved to compel answers to whether Husband was involved in an adulterous relationship. The applicable statute of limitations for misdemeanors such as adultery is one year. After determining whether the one-year statute of limitations was still active, the trial court granted the motion to compel regarding the alleged adultery in 1985, and denied the motion regarding the alleged incident in 1989.

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