Hendershott Files New Records Request With Maricopa Superior Court That Looks Like Old Request
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Dave Hendershott (pictured) asked for e-mails of Superior Court staff in a fresh public-records request this month and was promptly told to bug off.
A similar records request went nowhere earlier this year, spurring a lawsuit from the Sheriff's Office that was shot down in June by the Arizona Court of Appeals.
Taxpayers -- get ready to pay the bill for Hendershott's appeal of this latest rejection.
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