2018 Indiana Code
TITLE 35. Criminal Law and Procedure
CHAPTER 5. Confidentiality of Disclosure, Remedies, and Offenses
35-33.5-5-1. Disclosure in court; information to parties in advance

Universal Citation: IN Code § 35-33.5-5-1 (2018)
IC 35-33.5-5-1 Disclosure in court; information to parties in advance

     Sec. 1. The contents of an interception under this article or evidence derived from the interception may not be received into evidence or otherwise disclosed during a court proceeding unless each party, not less than fourteen (14) days before the proceeding, has been furnished with a copy of the application, warrant, and any orders for an extension under which the interception was authorized. The fourteen (14) day period may be waived by the court if the court finds that:

(1) it is not possible to furnish each party with the information at least fourteen (14) days before the proceeding; and

(2) a party will not be prejudiced by the delay in receiving the information.

As added by P.L.161-1990, SEC.3.


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