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Summary:

Information which is permitted to be disclosed under the provisions of subdivision (e), (f), or (o), of Section 1798.24 [i.e. for judicial purposes] shall be provided when requested by a district attorney.

Summary:

The Information Practices Act does not alter any law or judicial provision which authorizes an individual to gain Access toy law enforcement record or authorizes discovery in criminal or civil litigation.

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Except as listed in this provision, school districts may not allow access to pupil records without written parental consent or under judicial order. School districts may participate in an interagency data information system that allows access to a computerized database system within and between government agencies or districts to share information and records that are not privileged if the listed requirements are met.

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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: any judge or probation officer for the purpose of a truancy mediation program or a truancy petition, in which case, a school district releasing pupil information to a judge or probation officer shall inform, or provide written notification to, the parent or guardian of the pupil within 24 hours of the release of the information; and any county placing agency for case management purposes. School districts, county offices of education, and county placing agencies may develop cooperative agreements to facilitate confidential access to and exchange of the pupil information by electronic mail, facsimile, electronic format, or other secure means.

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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: any district attorney who is participating in or conducting a truancy mediation program; a prosecuting agency for consideration against a parent or guardian for failure to comply with the Compulsory Education Law; any probation officer or district attorney for the purposes of conducting a criminal investigation or an investigation in regards to declaring a person a ward of the court or involving a violation of a condition of probation.

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The State Bar shall create confidential procedures to evaluate and determine the qualifications of judicial candidates, including the candidate’s health; and establish confidential methods for disclosing to the candidate adverse allegations about his or her health, physical or mental condition. All communications involved, including any communication made with a candidate or information source regarding the candidate’s qualifications, are absolutely privileged from disclosure and confidential.

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All information collected for the Parkinson's disease incidence program is confidential, unless otherwise provided in this section. Before disclosing information, the person or entity requesting confidential information must agree in writing to maintain the confidentiality of the information. Disclosure of information should be limited to the stated purpose of the request and only used for such purpose. The Department of Health Services must maintain a record of persons given access to confidential information. Confidential information cannot be subpoenaed or used or admitted into evidence in judicial or administrative proceedings. Individuals shall have access to their own information.

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An insurance institution, agent, or insurance-support organization may disclose personal or privileged information about an individual if the disclosure is permitted or required by law; or the disclosure is in response to a facially valid administrative or judicial order, including a search warrant or subpoena.

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Judicial Council shall adopt an expedited procedure to authorize, by court order, a proposed conservatee's health care provider to disclose confidential medical information about the proposed conservatee to a court investigator pursuant to HIPAA.

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If the Department of Mental Health recommends recommitment, recommends not pursuing recommitment, or seeks judicial review of commitment status of a person committed as a sexually violent predator, the department must provide written notification to the sheriff, police chief, and district attorney of the designated communities. The department must also notify the Sexually Violent Predator Parole Coordinator and the Department of Justice.

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