Definition Edit

The right-to-know means

the recipient of information has the legal authority to obtain the information pursuant to court order, statute, or decisional law.
[r]equestor has official capacity and statutory authority to the information being sought.[1]

References Edit

  1. Criminal Intelligence File Guidelines.

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