(1) Subpoenas and other methods of discovery under the state or federal statutes or rules of civil, criminal, administrative, or legislative procedure are not written requests under Section 4.01.204.
(2) (a) (i) Except as otherwise provided in Subsection (2)(c), in judicial or administrative proceedings in which an individual is requesting discovery of records classified private, controlled, or protected under this Chapter, or otherwise restricted from access by other statutes, the court, or an administrative law judge shall follow the procedure in Utah Code Subsection 63-2-202(7) (as amended), before ordering disclosure.
(ii) Until the court or an administrative law judge orders disclosure, these records are privileged from discovery.
(b) If the court or administrative order required disclosure, the terms of the order may limit the requester's further use and disclosure of the record in accordance with Utah Code Subsection 63-2-202(7) (as amended), in order to protect the privacy interests recognized in this Chapter.
(c) Unless a court or administrative law judge imposes limitations in a restrictive order, this Section does not limit the right to obtain:
(i) records through the procedures set forth in this Chapter; or
(ii) medical records discoverable under state or federal court rules as authorized by state law.
Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 00-24, Amended, 6/1/2000
Ord. No. 954, Enacted, 6/18/1992
Ord. No. 13-11, Amended, 7/18/2013