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F.S. 905.26

Not to disclose finding of indictment.

Unless ordered by the court, a grand juror, reporter, stenographer, interpreter, or officer of the court shall not disclose that an indictment for a felony has been found against a person not in custody or under recognizance, except by issuing or executing process on the indictment, until the person has been arrested.


s. 105, ch. 19554, 1939; CGL 1940 Supp. 8663(105); s. 65, ch. 70-339.