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Confidentiality of records
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 15-A
§ 499-g. Confidentiality of records. Except as hereinafter provided,
all complaints, correspondence, commission proceedings and transcripts
thereof, other papers and data and records of the commission shall be
confidential and shall not be made available to any person except
pursuant to section four hundred ninety-nine-f of this article. The
commission and its designated staff personnel shall have access to
confidential material in the performance of their powers and duties. If
the prosecutor who is the subject of a complaint so requests in writing,
copies of the complaint, the transcripts of hearings by the commission
thereon, if any, and the dispositive action of the commission with
respect to the complaint, such copies with any reference to the identity
of any person who did not participate at any such hearing suitably
deleted therefrom, except the subject prosecutor or complainant, shall
be made available for inspection and copying to the public, or to any
person, agency or body designated by such prosecutor.