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Daily Gazette v. Schenectady

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Daily Gazettevs.Schenectady
Year: 1999
State: New York
Court: State of New York Court of Appeals
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Daily Gazette v. Schenectady was a 1999 case before the State of New York Court of Appeals concerning police records.

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