Arizona Revised Statutes Title 21. Juries § 21-235. Recording, listening to, observing proceedings unlawful;  classification

A. A person who knowingly, by any means whatsoever, records all or part of the proceedings of any grand jury while it is in session or listens to or observes the proceedings of any grand jury of which he is not a member while such jury is in session is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.

B. This section does not prohibit:

1. The prescribed activities of the court, the prosecuting officer, a court reporter designated by the court, or an interpreter designated by the court.

2. The taking of notes by a grand juror in connection with and solely for the purpose of assisting him in the performance of his duties as such juror.

3. The appearance, for the purposes of giving the testimony, of a witness.

4. The appearance, for the purpose of presenting evidence when permitted pursuant to § 21-412 , of a person being investigated and his counsel.

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