The court may compel disclosure. Additionally, the court may assess damages caused by failure of an agency to properly maintain a personal record, id. § 92F-27(c)(1); reasonable attorneys' fees and costs, id., §§ 92F-15(d), 92F-27(c)(2), 92F-27(d); and criminal sanctions for government officials and employees making disclosure knowing disclosure is prohibited or for any person that obtains access to or a copy of a government record by "false pretense, bribery, or theft with actual knowledge that disclosure is prohibited . . . .," id. § 92F-17.