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§4–351.

    (a)    Subject to subsection (b) of this section, a custodian may deny inspection of:

        (1)    records of investigations conducted by the Attorney General, a State’s Attorney, a municipal or county attorney, a police department, or a sheriff;

        (2)    an investigatory file compiled for any other law enforcement, judicial, correctional, or prosecution purpose; or

        (3)    records that contain intelligence information or security procedures of the Attorney General, a State’s Attorney, a municipal or county attorney, a police department, a State or local correctional facility, or a sheriff.

    (b)    A custodian may deny inspection by a person in interest only to the extent that the inspection would:

        (1)    interfere with a valid and proper law enforcement proceeding;

        (2)    deprive another person of a right to a fair trial or an impartial adjudication;

        (3)    constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy;

        (4)    disclose the identity of a confidential source;

        (5)    disclose an investigative technique or procedure;

        (6)    prejudice an investigation; or

        (7)    endanger the life or physical safety of an individual.