S-3.4 - Fire Safety Act

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110. The fire investigation commissioner has the duty to ensure the confidentiality of information disclosed to an attorney or a member of the clergy by reason of their position or profession.
The fire investigation commissioner may, on the commissioner’s own initiative or on request, ban the disclosure, publication or release of any information that is or may be disclosed during the hearing if the fire investigation commissioner considers it necessary in the public interest or for the protection of a person’s privacy, reputation or right to a fair trial or if the information is confidential.
The fire investigation commissioner may also prohibit picture-taking, sketching, filming, videotaping, or radio or television broadcasting during a hearing.
2000, c. 20, s. 110.