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Whitehead v. Morgenthau

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Number: 146 Misc.2d 733, 552 N.Y.S.2d 518
Year: 1990
State: New York
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Eliminated any fee waivers.
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Whitehead v. Morgenthau is a 1990 New York court case concerning fees.

Important precedents

The court ruled that the New York Freedom of Information Law did not allow any fee waivers. Specifically, fee waivers are not available for prison inmates or the impoverished.[1]

See also

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