Staten Island D.A. Wants Investigation Documents Sealed

, New York Law Journal

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Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovan Jr. is asking the state's highest court to seal records relating to a political investigation and for permission to serve a redacted brief on his adversary, the Working Families Party.

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Originally appeared in print as Staten Island D.A. Seeks Sealing of Documents in Political Investigation

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