19-2-1, 19-2-2. Repealed. 19-2-3 Physician-patient privilege waived when health of person in issue--Waiver to be closely tailored--In camera review if party objects to discovery. 19-2-3.1 Repealed. 19-2-3.2 Physician-patient privilege waived in criminal proceeding. 19-2-4, 19-2-5. Repealed. 19-2-5.1, 19-2-5.2. Transferred. 19-2-6 Repealed. 19-2-7 Repealed. 19-2-8 Court to advise witnesses as to privileged communications and privilege against self-incrimination. 19-2-9 Protection of privileges of persons not present. 19-2-10 Repealed. 19-2-10.1 Repealed. 19-2-11 Self-incrimination provisions not applicable to perjury prosecutions. 19-2-12 No physician-patient privilege if death or substantial bodily harm likely. 19-2-13 Medical privacy. 19-2-14 Definitions pertaining to journalist and newscaster privilege. 19-2-15 Journalist and newscaster privilege. 19-2-16 Contempt prohibited for asserting journalist and newscaster privilege. 19-2-17 Information to which journalist and newscaster privilege applies. 19-2-18 Information obtained in violation of § 19-2-15 inadmissible. 19-2-19 Fine or imprisonment prohibited for asserting journalist and newscaster privilege. 19-2-20 Journalist and newscaster privilege applies to supervisors and employers.