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Tort/Negligence – Personal Injury – Civil Practice – Discovery – Confidentiality – In Camera Review – Foster Children (access required)

N.G. ex rel. Gaymon v. South Carolina Department of Social Services Even though S.C. Code Ann. § 63-7-1990 generally prohibits disclosure of documents falling within its scope, it does allow disclosure to "parties to a court proceeding in which information in the records is legally relevant and necessary for the determination of an issue before the court, if before the disclosure the judge has reviewed the records in camera, has determined the relevancy and necessity of the disclosure, and has limited disclosure to legally relevant information under a protective order."

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