But remember the DNA reporting issue as noted in the Kelly Ayotte legacy post? Yah, don't look now, but.... it's.... baaaaaack. Remember how there was supposed to be a formal opinion, and remember how I had asked Kelly for a simple copy of the offending form involved in the lawsuit that Judge Timothy Vaughn Unconstitutionally threw out without a hearing? Well here's an email I received yesterday, read it and weep Kelly because I'm coming after you again. And frankly, I don't care if I "lose" because it will just be another record of how bad NH Justice really is.
I called AAG Michael Brown last week, who has been assigned that task to inquire as to when the opinion would be forthcoming and was advised that he was unsure that I was entitled to that info, or the opinion itself, because it concerned his "client" [the State]. He stated further that the decision regarding whether or not the "opinion" would be available to the public is, none other than, Kelly's ! I then asked him if he thought there was an inherent conflict of interest in this process, to which he replied that because the civil division is a different division in the AG's office, there's no conflict.
Perhaps you can follow that rationale, because I sure can't. Maybe this would be another good basis for a 91-A Right to Know request.