Utah Code Title 63G. General Government § 63G-2-304. Controlled records

A record is controlled if:

(1) the record contains medical, psychiatric, or psychological data about an individual;

(2) the governmental entity reasonably believes that:

(a) releasing the information in the record to the subject of the record would be detrimental to the subject's mental health or to the safety of any individual;  or

(b) releasing the information would constitute a violation of normal professional practice and medical ethics;  and

(3) the governmental entity has properly classified the record.


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