Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Private Investigator News: Connecticut Court ruling could tangle release of public records in state

"The release of public records in Connecticut, including property grand lists and voter registration information, could come to a virtual standstill if municipal officials comply with a recent state Supreme Court ruling.

Local and state officials throughout the state are trying to understand all the implications of the decision, which stems from a Freedom of Information request filed three years ago by Peter Sachs, a Branford lawyer and private investigator.

The court's decision, handed down June 28, requires municipalities to redact the addresses of police officers, corrections officers, firefighters and other members of the 'protected classes' from motor vehicle grand lists before providing the information to the public."

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