204 Pa. Code § 206 - Confidentiality

Current through Register Vol. 52, No. 16, April 16, 2022

The files, records, and proceedings of the Board shall be deemed confidential and shall only be disclosed:

(a)
(1) to the Supreme Court;
(2) in furtherance of the duties of the Board;
(3) upon request of the judge affected;
(4) as they may be introduced in evidence or otherwise produced in proceedings under these rules, or as may be requested by the Judicial Conduct Board; or
(5) as ordered by the Board.
(b) The Board shall submit an annual report to the Supreme Court, providing information on accredited providers, judicial compliance, and other information deemed relevant by the Board or as directed by the Supreme Court.
(c) All documents or information deemed confidential under the Case Records Public Access Policy of the United Judicial System of Pennsylvania shall not be disclosed, unless as permitted under that policy and these rules.

Notes

204 Pa. Code § 206
Adopted by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 50, No. 10. March 7, 2020, effective 3/7/2020

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