Connecticut Laws - Title 54 Criminal Procedure
CHAPTER 959a* WIRETAPPING AND ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
Sec. 54-41j. Sealing, custody, storage and destruction of applications and orders.

Sec. 54-41j. Sealing, custody, storage and destruction of applications and orders. (272)(1-click HTML)

Applications made and orders granted in accordance with the provisions of this chapter shall be sealed by the panel and transferred to the custody of the Chief Court Administrator. Except as otherwise provided, such applications and orders shall be disclosed only upon a showing of good cause to the Chief Court Administrator. Applications and orders shall be stored in a secure place which shall be designated by the Chief Court Administrator to which access shall be denied to all persons except the Chief Court Administrator or such court officers or administrative personnel as he shall designate. Applications and orders shall not be destroyed except upon order of the Chief Court Administrator and if not so destroyed they shall be kept for ten years. Any person who violates any of the provisions of this section may be punished in accordance with the provisions of section 51-33. (273)

  

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