Arizona Revised Statutes Title 39. Public Records, Printing and Notices § 39-123.01. Personal identifying information of crime witnesses;  confidentiality;  definition

A. The personal identifying information of a witness to a crime contained in a record that is created or received by a law enforcement or prosecution agency and that is related to a criminal investigation or prosecution may not be disclosed by a public body pursuant to this article unless any of the following applies:

1. The witness consents in writing to the disclosure.

2. A court of competent jurisdiction orders the disclosure.

3. The witness's address is the location where the crime occurred.

B. This section does not affect any records that are transmitted between law enforcement and prosecution agencies, a court or a clerk of the court or any provision of law that governs the discovery process or the conduct of trials.

C. For the purposes of this section, “personal identifying information” includes a witness's date of birth, social security number, personal telephone number, home address, personal e-mail address and official state or government-issued driver license or identification number.


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