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Description Court must conduct ex parte in camera review of sealed affidavit that defendant submits in support of his motion to discover police personnel records pursuant to Evidence Code Sec. 1043. Court erred in denying defendant’s motion for discovery of police records--without first holding in camera review of whether disclosure would violate constitutional rights or attorney-client privilege--on basis that he refused to provide opposing party with unredacted copy of sealed supporting declaration under protective order.
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