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Supreme Court / Confidentiality #164910

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 25, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Hoffman Estates, Illinois: Tim O'Brien) The right to privacy case before the Supreme Court that grew out of an incident in the Chicago suburb of Hoffman Estates, Illinois, in which police officer Mary Lou Redmond shot and killed Ricky Allen, whose family sued on the grounds of civil rights violations, examined. [EYEWITNESS, Allen's mother Carrie JAFFEE - comment.] The court's consideration of whether records of Redmond's counseling sessions should be made available to the victim's family noted. [Allen family lawyer Ronald FUTTERMAN, licensed therapist Karen BEYER, Hoffman Estates attorney Gregory ROGUS - comment on the confidentiality/privilege issue.]

O'Brien, Tim;
Simpson, Carole

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