Upon petition of a public attorney to the special inquiry judge that there is reason
to suspect that there exists evidence of crime and corruption in another county, and
with the concurrence of the special inquiry judge and prosecuting attorney of the
other county, the special inquiry judge may direct the public attorney to attend and
participate in special inquiry judge proceedings in the other county held to inquire
into crime and corruption which relates to crime or corruption under investigation
in the initiating county. The proceedings of such special inquiry judge may be transcribed, certified and filed
in the county of the public attorney's jurisdiction at the expense of that county.
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