Disclosure of information obtained under subpoena
Except as provided in this section, the Attorney General may not disclose any testimony or materials obtained under the provisions of ORS 180.073 (Subpoena authority in criminal investigation). The Attorney General may disclose testimony or materials only if:
(1) The disclosure is to a federal, state or local law enforcement agency or prosecutor and the purpose of the disclosure is to facilitate a criminal investigation or prosecution;
(2) The disclosure is to a state or federal grand jury; or
(3) A circuit court concludes upon application and affidavit by the Attorney General that there is a particularized need for disclosure of the testimony or materials in a civil, administrative, disciplinary or personnel investigation or proceeding. [1993 c.473 §3]
Note: See note under 180.073 (Subpoena authority in criminal investigation).
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