Judge Won't Expand Privacy Order In Suit For Strippers' Info

Law360, New York (October 1, 2015, 5:50 PM EDT) -- A Washington federal judge on Thursday refused to expand the scope of his judgment in a case brought by a man who sought the personal information of a group of exotic dancers so he could pray for them, saying there is no evidence that a blanket ban on public disclosure would be proper.

According to U.S. Judge Ronald B. Leighton, his initial order in the case stands, but the plaintiffs'  attempt to have that injunction expanded so as to block any such disclosure to the public in general fails because whether or not the public should have access to public records...

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