(b) The restrictions in Subsection (1)(a) do not apply to:
(i) the respondent’s voluntary disclosure of a finding by the commission that no allegations in a complaint were proved after that finding is issued by the commission under the procedures and requirements of Section 63A-15-602;
(ii) this disclosure of facts or allegations about potential criminal violations to a law enforcement authority;
(2) When a person makes a disclosure under Subsection (1)(b)(iii) or (v), the person making the disclosure shall inform the person to whom the disclosure is made of the nondisclosure requirements described in this section.
(3) After the commission issues an order under Subsection 63A-15-704(2), the commission may disclose the portion of the complaint, a response, and other information relating to an alleged ethics violation that the commission determines is proved.
(4) A person who violates the provisions of Subsection (1)(a) is in contempt of the commission and proceedings may be initiated to enforce the finding of contempt using the procedures provided in Sections 63A-15-404 and 63A-15-405.
(5) If, before the commission issues an order in relation to an ethics complaint under Section 63A-15-704, the existence of the ethics complaint is publicly disclosed by a person other than the respondent, an agent of the respondent, or a person who learns of the complaint under Subsection (1)(b)(iii) or (v), the commission shall summarily dismiss the complaint without prejudice.