Dashboard camera recordings and use-of-force reports generated in connection with the fatal police shooting of a man who led the officers on a high-speed chase through several northern New Jersey communities are public records subject to disclosure, the state Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday.

In a unanimous ruling in a case lodged by a newspaper group, the court deemed the video and reports not exempt from disclosure under the state’s Open Public Records Act.

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