Cox Arizona Publications Inc. v. Collins

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Cox Arizona Publications Inc.vs.Collins
Number: 175 Ariz. 11, 14, 852 P.2d 1194, 1198
Year: 1993
State: Arizona
Court: Arizona Supreme Court
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The court determined that ongoing police investigations were not automatically exempt material.
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Cox Arizona Publications Inc. v. Collins was a case before Arizona Supreme Court in 1993 concerning reports of police investigations.

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  • The court determined that ongoing police investigations were not automatically exempt material[1].

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References

  1. Perkins Cole Legal Counsel