Bruce S. Rosen Quoted in New Jersey Law Journal On Recent OPRA Ruling Ordering the Release of Nutley Police Files on Susan Walsh’s Disappearance
Bruce S. Rosen, partner at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden, was quoted in the New Jersey Law Journal article, “’She Had a Fascinating Life’: Court Mandates Release of Files That Could Shed Light on Walsh’s Death.” The article discusses a recent order by New Jersey Superior Court Judge Bridget A. Stecher regarding the release of investigative files of the Nutley Police Department concerning the disappearance of Susan Walsh 25 years ago. The Court ruled that under both the Open Public Records Act and “common law access,” the Nutley Police Department was required to release the files, with minor redactions, and pay legal fees.
Peyrouton’s co-counsel, Bruce Rosen [now] of Pashman Stein Walder Hayden in Hackensack, said the decision “makes clear that Nutley’s refusal to provide the materials during a two-year-long litigation was without any legal basis. We look forward to reviewing the file in detail.”
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