Paige Scott Reed Quoted in The Salem News Regarding Privacy Guidelines The Salem News
July 22, 2009
In an article concerning the arrest of a Marblehead (MA) woman charged with drunken boating, the woman’s attorney argued that the police report should be sealed from public view. He contended that the report contained personal information, such as social security numbers and her birth date, and cited privacy guidelines recently issued by the Supreme Judicial Court.
Prince Lobel Associate Paige Scott Reed, an attorney for The Salem News, argued that those assertions were “speculative and failed to meet the high standard set by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court for determining potential harm in releasing the information.”
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