According to the Portsmouth Herald, the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office violated the Right-to-Know Law by failing to respond to requests made by Tom Reid.
CONCORD – Attorney General Joseph Foster violated the state’s Right-to-Know law by failing to respond in a timely manner to a request for public records made by former Deputy Rockingham County Attorney Tom Reid.
That’s according to a Jan. 14 ruling by Judge Larry Smukler who ordered the state to reimburse Reid for his costs and fees to take the matter to court. The judge denied Reid’s request that a penalty be imposed against the AG’s office because, Smukler found, the delay in responding to Reid’s records request was not in bad faith.
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