Public records exemption would shield judicial assistants’ personal information
Rep. David Smith
A House panel has voted overwhelmingly to extend the same public records exemption that shields judges to the judicial assistants who serve them.
The House Civil Justice Subcommittee voted 18-0 on March 14 to approve HB 75 by Rep. David Smith, R-Winter Springs.
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