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Okla. Stat. tit. 51, § 24A.20
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ORA § 24A.20 – Access to Records in Possession of Public Body or Official for Investigatory Purposes

Access to records which, under the Oklahoma Open Records Act, would otherwise be available for public inspection and copying, shall not be denied because a public body or public official is using or has taken possession of such records for investigatory purposes or has placed the records in a litigation or investigation file. However, a law enforcement agency may deny access to a copy of such a record in an investigative file if the record or a true and complete copy thereof is available for public inspection and copying at another public body.

Historical Data

Laws 1988, HB 1846, c. 187, § 7, emerg. eff. June 6, 1988.

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