CJ Griffin Mentioned in Article on Judge Ordering Newark to Release Records Relating to Lead Contamination in the City's Drinking Water
Pashman Stein Walder Hayden attorney CJ Griffin mentioned in TAPintoNewark article, “Judge Orders Newark to Hand Over Documents Requested by Group Suing Over Lead.” The article explains a Superior Court judge has ordered the city to hand over severely late documents that were requested under the Open Public Records Act (OPRA) by the group that is suing Newark over the lead issue with water.
“Under the state’s OPRA law, public documents must generally be handed over to a requestor within seven business days. CJ Griffin, an attorney representing the NRDC in Superior Court, claimed some parts of the group’s OPRA requests were overdue by more than nine months.”
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