The grievant give some personal information to the investigator alike evidence to proof facts. The investigator take and share information with responder. (Third person)
Can investigator share personal documents with responder without authorization ?
What about the confidentiality of the investigation ?
How effective is rica te act in this situation ?
Criminal Defense Attorney
Hmmm, this looks familiar. Please see my earlier answer.
Family Law Attorney
Yes because an investigator does not have a duty to keep your confidences. To do so would make every investigation a sham because facts of circumstance can never be probed because all "facts" (and further allegations) suddenly become confidential.
I never heard of a "rica te" act so I cannot respond to that part of the question.