Judge Rules Documents Seized From Newtown Killer Lanza Must Remain Secret – Hartford Courant

04/11/16 – By Matthew Kauffman   Documents seized from the home of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Adam Lanza will remain secret, following a Superior Court judge’s ruling that the records are private property not subject to the state Freedom Continue reading Judge Rules Documents Seized From Newtown Killer Lanza Must Remain Secret – Hartford Courant

State police appeal FOI ruling that Lanza documents be released – Hartford Courant

By David Moran State police have appealed a Freedom of Information Commission ruling that the department must make available personal documents seized from Adam Lanza’s home during the course of the investigation into the 2012 killings of 20 children and Continue reading State police appeal FOI ruling that Lanza documents be released – Hartford Courant

State Police, Media Battle in Court Over Newtown Shooter’s Documents – Connecticut Law Tribune

Months after the Newtown tragedy, State Police released a lot of information on their investigation into the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings and gunman Adam Lanza, but they didn’t release everything, and a court battle between authorities and the media Continue reading State Police, Media Battle in Court Over Newtown Shooter’s Documents – Connecticut Law Tribune

FOI Commission: State Police Must Turn Over Lanzas’ Papers – Hartford Courant

By DAVE MORAN HARTFORD — State police must make available to the public personal documents seized from Adam Lanza’s house during the course of the investigation into the 2012 killings of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary Continue reading FOI Commission: State Police Must Turn Over Lanzas’ Papers – Hartford Courant

WNPR-FM comes to Quinnipiac

    Join host John Dankosky for a discussion on Freedom of Information issues in Connecticut, including an update on the Newtown/Sandy Hook shooting investigation. What: Panel discussion will be recorded for air later Where: Student Center 120 Date: Oct. Continue reading WNPR-FM comes to Quinnipiac

Failing An FOI Pop Quiz – The Newton Bee

Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Act has been on the books for nearly 40 years. A couple of generations of public servants have been operating under its provisions. Yet after decades of illumination by the state’s Sunshine Laws, our elected and Continue reading Failing An FOI Pop Quiz – The Newton Bee

Tighter Rules OK’d On Public’s Access To Crime Records – Courant.com

By DANIELA ALTIMARI, altimari@courant.com The Hartford Courant 6:53 p.m. EDT, April 1, 2014 HARTFORD — The stage is set for a showdown at the General Assembly on crime victim privacy and the public’s right to know.   On Tuesday, the Continue reading Tighter Rules OK’d On Public’s Access To Crime Records – Courant.com