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Provides privileged communications for victim advocacy services

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To amend sections 2151.421, 2317.02, and 2921.22 of the Revised Code to provide generally a privilege for communications between a qualified advocate rendering advocacy services and a victim of certain crimes, to exempt the nondisclosure of that privileged communication from the offense of failure to report a crime, and to generally require a qualified advocate to report child abuse or neglect of the victim.

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