Access to public records
Full and open public records are crucial to exonerating the innocent in prison and, more generally, allowing us to audit the accuracy of our criminal justice system.
IPNO strongly advocates for robust public records laws which allow any member of the public to access law enforcement and prosecutor files after a case is closed. Public records should be provided at little or no cost and must be available promptly after a request.
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