The state Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday on whether to sustain or overturn the Appellate Division’s recent decision upholding a pair of controversial directives by the New Jersey attorney general that address publishing the names of disciplined police officers.

Some see the case over police misconduct and how much should be made public as a bellwether of the current calls for more police accountability in the wake of George Floyd’s tragic death at the hands of Minneapolis police last summer.

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