The AG determined that there were six categories of exemptions for active investigatory records. They are records which, if disclosed would: (1) interfere with law enforcement proceedings; (2) deprive a person of a fair trial; (3) constitute an unwarranted invasion of privacy; (4) disclose the identity of, or information furnished by, a confidential informant; (5) disclose non-routine investigative techniques or procedures; or (6) endanger life. See: Opinion No. 86-7 1936 Ida. AG LEXIS 11; 1986 Op. Atty. Gen. 40 (1986).
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Opinion No. 86-7 1936 Ida
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