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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Going To Court To Get New Jersey Public Records

The Bridgegate - Christie scandal has provoked various organizations to request various documents from various public entities in New Jersey to investigate various issues involving one very particular possible presidential candidate.

All of this is occurring because New Jersey has a law requiring public entities produce government records unless they fall within one of 24 specified exceptions or unless good cause can be found for a delay or denial of the request.

I have handled and won some cases under this law, and in other cases the mere threat of my involvement has induced municipalities to produce the documents lawfully requested.

If you are getting stonewalled like in this case, you have a very short period of time to act.  The law's statute of limitations is only 45 days from when your request is considered to have been denied.  You should contact me via email at edixon@NYBusinessCounsel.com and we can assess whether you have a case and should proceed.


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