(iv) violation of privacy provisions established by Section 63A-15-502;
(v) violation of the communication provisions established by Section 63A-15-407;
(vi) violation of a request to comply with a provision of this chapter by a chair or a majority of the members of the commission; or
(vii) any other ground that is specified in statute or recognized by common law.
(b) Because the purpose of the Fifth Amendment privilege not to incriminate oneself is to prevent prosecution for criminal action, it is improper for a witness to invoke the Fifth Amendment privilege if the witness cannot be prosecuted for the crime to which the witness’s testimony relates.
(a) The following persons may authorize an enforcement action against a person in contempt of the commission under the provisions of this chapter:
(i) the commission chair, subject to the provisions of Section 63A-15-402; or