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Idaho Statutes are updated to the website July 1 following the legislative session.


74-104.  Records exempt from disclosure — Exemptions in federal or state law — Court files of judicial proceedings — office of administrative hearings — judicial council. (1) The following records are exempt from disclosure:
(a)  Any public record exempt from disclosure by federal or state law or federal regulations to the extent specifically provided for by such law or regulation.
(b)  Records contained in court files of judicial proceedings, the disclosure of which is prohibited by or under rules adopted by the Idaho supreme court, but only to the extent that confidentiality is provided under such rules, and any drafts or other working memoranda related to judicial decision-making, provided the provisions of this subsection making records exempt from disclosure shall not apply to the extent that such records or information contained in those records are necessary for a background check on an individual that is required by federal law regulating the sale of firearms, guns or ammunition.
[(c)](3)  Any writings, drafts, notes, or working memoranda related to decision-making in any proceeding before the office of administrative hearings pursuant to sections 67-5280 through 67-5286, Idaho Code, as well as any records that are otherwise exempt from disclosure under this chapter that are filed or submitted to the office of administrative hearings in the course of any proceedings before it. Orders issued by the office of administrative hearings are not exempt from disclosure under this section, unless otherwise exempt from disclosure under this chapter.
(2)  The judicial council ratings and tabulated scores from attorney questionnaires of candidates for a judicial vacancy whose names are submitted to the governor and the summary prepared pursuant to section 1-2102(4), Idaho Code, shall be public.

[74-104, added 2015, ch. 140, sec. 5, p. 349; am. 2023, ch. 182, sec. 7, p. 502; am. 2023, ch. 210, sec. 4, p. 587.]

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