Before a hearing conducted under this chapter, the respondent, respondent's representative, or respondent's counsel, and the attorney for the state or local health officer must be afforded access to all records including hospital records if the respondent is hospitalized. If the respondent is hospitalized at the time of the hearing, the hospital shall make available at the hearing for use by the respondent, respondent's representative, respondent's counsel, and the attorney for the state or local health officer all records in its possession relating to the conditions of the respondent.
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