All criminal files have an aspect of confidentiality when you can’t get all the information in them.
Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney - 21 Years Experience
Files can contain various aspects of confidentiality, impossible to guess why this particular one is confidential
Criminal Court files can have confidential information for many reasons. It could include a party's criminal record or there is in formation from a warrant that law enforcement has deemed necessary to conceal because of informants. Without further knowledge about the case it is impossible to tell from your question what it is. You should consult with your attorney about this kind of thing or seek counsel who can answer your questions about this issue.
Criminal files often have "confidential files" contained within them. For example if the client makes a "Marsden" motion the transcript of that is often ordered sealed within the file.
If I told you, I'd have to shoot you. It's confidential.
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