Louisiana Administrative Code
Title 52 - ETHICS
Part I - Board of Ethics
Chapter 8 - Investigations
Section I-806 - Investigations; Confidential

Universal Citation: LA Admin Code I-806

Current through Register Vol. 49, No. 12, December 20, 2023

A. All investigations shall be privileged and confidential.

B. All investigations shall be conducted at the direction of an attorney for the board.

C. The board or its staff shall not disclose subpoenas served, documents requested, or any information or documents gained from its investigations to any person or the general public, except under the following situations:

1. to a respondent or potential witness with sufficient information in order to allow for proper preparation for an interview, subpoena or document production; and

2. to afford a respondent or witness an opportunity to address evidence or testimony gained from another source. The disclosure of such information is at the sole discretion of the investigative and legal staff of the board.

D. The confidential nature of investigations shall encompass and prohibit the disclosure by a respondent or by a witness of any interview conducted, subpoena served, document requested, document delivered, testimony given, question asked and any other evidence provided.

E. A respondent or witness is not entitled to be present or participate in the interview or deposition of any other witness.

Promulgated by the Department of Civil Service, Board of Ethics, LR 39:1416 (June 2013).

AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 42:1134(A).

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