State, transparency advocates debate publicity of police misconduct list ahead of RTK bills House votes
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A case to decide whether a state-maintained list of police officers who have engaged in misconduct should be made public is now in a Superior Court judge’s hands.

During a two-hour hearing in Hillsborough County Superior Court South on Monday morning, representatives of several New Hampshire media outlets and the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire made their final arguments why the Exculpatory Evidence Schedule (EES List), formerly known as the Laurie List, is not exempt from public disclosure.

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