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Accessing consumer complaint records

Accessing consumer complaint records Q: I requested some records from AG California, after California reached a settlement with Bayer. The requested records pertained to the investigation of a medicine called Baycoland. AG California has denied my request on the ground that consumer complaints and confidential law enforcement records of the AG are exempt from disclosure to the public pursuant to Cal Govt. Code Section 6254(f), citing Dick Williams v. Superior Court (1993) 5 Cal. 4th

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Access of relatives to murder investigation files

Access of relatives to murder investigation files Q: Do I have access to my sister’s unsolved 1977 murder investigation files and if any DNA profile was done? A: Under the California Public Records Act (“CPRA”), documents maintained by state and local agencies are presumed to be public records unless the documents in question fall under one of the enumerated exemptions to disclosure.  Based on the information you have provided, it is likely that some of

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