Bozzi v. City of Jersey City, 248 N.J. 274 (2021)


CJ Griffin argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court on behalf of amicus curiae Libertarians for Transparent Government in a case involving public access to the names and addresses of dog-license holders. Our brief argued that the fact that the requestor was a commercial requestor should have no bearing on the decision and that addresses were not exempt under OPRA. The N.J. Supreme Court ultimately agreed with our position, holding that dog ownership is a substantially public endeavor in which people do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy that exempts their personal information from disclosure under OPRA.

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