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Legal Information: Indiana
Updated: October 27, 2020
IC 5-2-9-7 Confidentiality
Sec. 7. (a) Any information:
(1) in a uniform statewide confidential form or any part of a confidential form prescribed by the office of judicial administration that must be filed with a protective order; or
(2) otherwise acquired concerning a protected person;
is confidential and may not be divulged to any respondent or defendant.
(b) Information described in subsection (a) may only be used by:
(1) a court;
(2) a sheriff;
(3) another law enforcement agency;
(4) a prosecuting attorney; or
(5) a court clerk;
to comply with a law concerning the distribution of the information.
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