§ 52-143 Subpoenas for witnesses. Penalty for failure to appear and testify
§ 52-144 Form of subpoena
§ 52-145 Certain witnesses not disqualified. Credibility
§ 52-146 Wife as a witness against her husband
§ 52-146b Privileged communications made to clergymen
§ 52-146c Privileged communications between psychologist and patient
§ 52-146d Privileged communications between psychiatrist and patient. Definitions
§ 52-146e Disclosure of communications
§ 52-146f Consent not required for disclosure, when
§ 52-146g Access to communications and records by persons engaged in research
§ 52-146h Transfer of information to Commissioner of Mental Health and Addiction Services. Storage of records and communications
§ 52-146i Labeling of confidential records
§ 52-146j Judicial relief
§ 52-146k Privileged communications between victim and domestic violence counselor or sexual assault counselor
§ 52-146l Disclosure of privileged communication by interpreter prohibited
§ 52-146m Communication made by or to deaf or hearing impaired person with assistance of operator of special telecommunications equipment deemed privileged
§ 52-146n Disclosure of confidential communications between Judicial Department employee and employee assistance program counselor prohibited. Information re participation in employee assistance program
§ 52-146o Disclosure of patient communication or information by physician, surgeon or health care provider prohibited
§ 52-146p Disclosure of privileged communications between marital and family therapist and person consulting such therapist prohibited. Exceptions
§ 52-146q Disclosure of confidential communications between social worker and person consulting such social worker prohibited. Exceptions
§ 52-146r Disclosure of confidential communications between government attorney and public official or employee of public agency prohibited
§ 52-146s Disclosure of confidential information between professional counselor and person consulting such professional counselor prohibited. Exceptions
§ 52-146t Protection from compelled disclosure of information obtained by news media
§ 52-146u Disclosure of confidential communication between public defender and represented person prohibited
§ 52-147 Written statements in actions to recover damages for personal injuries
§ 52-148 Depositions in civil actions and probate proceedings
§ 52-148a Taking of depositions. When court order necessary
§ 52-148b Notice of taking of deposition
§ 52-148c Before whom depositions may be taken
§ 52-148d Requirements for taking of depositions. Party subject to taking of deposition
§ 52-148e Issuance of subpoena for taking of deposition. Deposition to be used in federal court or court of other state or foreign country. Objection to subpoena
§ 52-149 Depositions of persons sixty years old
§ 52-149a Depositions of medical witnesses
§ 52-150 Interested persons not to write depositions
§ 52-151 Custody and opening of depositions
§ 52-152 Depositions of persons in armed forces
§ 52-155 Depositions before commissioner appointed by other jurisdiction. Compulsory process for witnesses
§ 52-156 Preservation of the testimony of a witness
§ 52-156a Deposition to perpetuate testimony before action or pending appeal
§ 52-157 Taking of deposition may be adjourned
§ 52-158 Deposition may be used in Appellate Court
§ 52-159 Deposition may be used in another action
§ 52-159a Disclosure of names or reports of plaintiff’s expert witnesses in malpractice action
§ 52-160 Admissibility in subsequent trial of testimony of witness recorded in former trial
§ 52-161 Transcript of stenographer’s or court reporter’s record part of official record
§ 52-161a Subpoenaing of court reporter as witness
§ 52-161b Subpoenaing of crime victim by pro se litigant. Court authorization required
§ 52-162 Exemplification of laws of other states
§ 52-163 Judicial notice of special acts, regulations of state and municipal agencies and municipal ordinances
§ 52-163a Determination of the law of jurisdictions outside this state
§ 52-164 Reports of judicial decisions of other states
§ 52-165 Records of corporations and public offices
§ 52-166 Orders of state officials
§ 52-167 Corporation certificates; copies as prima facie evidence
§ 52-168 U.S. revenue stamps on recorded documents
§ 52-169 Protests of bills and notes
§ 52-170 Records of directors of health and religious societies
§ 52-171 Sworn copies of files and records
§ 52-172 Declarations and memoranda of deceased persons
§ 52-173 Entries admissible for those claiming title from decedent
§ 52-174 Admissibility of records and reports of certain expert witnesses as business entries
§ 52-174a Admissibility of reports or bills re pregnancy, childbirth or genetic or blood testing as business record
§ 52-175 Entries and memoranda of mentally ill and incapable persons
§ 52-175a Negligence action, construction of acts of blind person
§ 52-176 Promise to pay barred debt to be in writing
§ 52-177 Action on bond. Burden of proving value of principal’s interest
§ 52-178 Adverse party or officer, agent or employee thereof may be compelled to testify
§ 52-178a Physical examination of plaintiff, when
§ 52-179 Seal and its equivalent
§ 52-180 Admissibility of business entries and photographic copies
§ 52-180a Admissibility of out-of-state hospital record or bill for treatment
§ 52-180b Presumption against admission of evidence of prior criminal conviction of applicant or employee
§ 52-181 Evidence of death or capture
§ 52-182 Presumption of family car or motorboat in operation by certain person
§ 52-183 Presumption of agency in motor vehicle operation
§ 52-184a Evidence obtained illegally by electronic device inadmissible
§ 52-184b Failure to bill and advance payments inadmissible in malpractice cases
§ 52-184c Standard of care in negligence action against health care provider. Qualifications of expert witness
§ 52-184d Inadmissibility of apology made by health care provider to alleged victim of unanticipated outcome of medical care
§ 52-184e Admissibility of amount of damages awarded to plaintiff in separate action against different health care provider