Public Officer Revealing Secrets Of Private Individual


1. That the offender is a public officer;
2. That he knows of the secret of a private individual by reason
    of his office; and
3. That he reveals such secrets without authority or justifiable

Revelation to one person is sufficient.

If the offender is an attorney, he is properly liable under
Art. 209 (betrayal of trust by an attorney).

Damage to private individual is not necessary.


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