Do they tell a new recruit about the s-77 and s-79 forms? Consider what Marvin Shilmer points out (http://marvinshilmer.blogspot.com/2011/05/s-77-and-s-79-disfellowshipping-and.html):
With these forms any illusion of clergy-penitent confidential communication evaporates because these forms are precisely for the purpose of disclosing these communications to a third-party—the Watchtower organization—and doing so without informing the penitent, who has every reason to think their communication is shared within the strict confidence of themselves and those present for any confession.
Also consider his comment on the thread http://www.jehovahs-witness.net/jw/friends/210132/1/S-77-and-S-79-Disfellowshipping-and-Disassociation-forms regarding a California ruling:
I have added images of a court ruling from California determining that the penitential communication privilege does not exist for Watchtower style judicial hearings because what is learned in these hearings is required to be communicated to Watchtower headquarters. The S-77 and S-79 forms are part of that communication.