No copy, reproduction, or facsimile shall be made of any photograph, negative, or print, including instant photographs and video tapes, of the body of a deceased person, taken by or for the coroner at the scene of death or in the course of a post mortem examination or autopsy, except for criminal proceeding or by order of court.
Any party may obtain discovery regarding any matter relevant to the pending action or to the determination of a motion in the action if the matter is admissible as evidence or reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence, unless the matter is privileged or discovery is limited by the court.
For a physical or mental exam performed in compliance with the court process (discovery, court order, etc), the demanding party has a right to the written report of the history, results, diagnoses, prognoses, and conclusions of the examiner, as well as a copy of the reports of all earlier examinations of the same condition of the examinee made by that or any other examiner.
In a civil action for a violation of the Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act, information acquired through discovery and is protected from disclosure by a protective order shall remain protected, except for information that is evidence of elder or dependent adult abuse. Such information may be filed with the court and shall remain confidential under the protective order for 30 days, after which it will become part of the public court record. A party may petition for a protective order of such information upon a showing of good cause.