New York's Top Court's Big Test: Law Shielding Police Personnel Records
New York’s Court of Appeals is set to review the first in a potential steady stream of suits challenging the broad application of a law shielding certain documents in the personnel files of police officers and other public employees from public exposure.
By Josefa Velasquez and B. Colby Hamilton|October 04, 2017
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