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Before giving an opinion or recommendation that is critical of a justice agency or person as a result of an investigation under AS 24.65.120, the victims' advocate shall consult with that agency or person. The victims' advocate may make a preliminary opinion or recommendation available to the agency or person for review, but the preliminary opinion or recommendation is confidential and may not be disclosed to the public by the agency or person.
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