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Canon 1113

1. Judges and tribunal personnel are always bound to secrecy in

a penal case; they are also thus bound in a contentious case if

the parties may be harmed by the revelation of some procedural

act. 2. They are also always bound and toward all people, to

observe secrecy concerning the discussion among the judges in a

collegiate tribunal before passing the sentence and concerning

the various votes and opinions offered during the discussion;

likewise all those to whom knowledge of the above shall come in

any way are also bound to secrecy 3. Moreover, as often as the

nature of a case or the proofs are such that the reputation of

others is endangered by divulging the acts or proofs, or an opportunity for discord is provided or scandal or some other disadvantage of this kind might arise, the judge can bind the witnesses, the experts, the parties and their advocates or proxies

by oath to observe secrecy.




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