Request for Columbus State litigation, complaint records for 6 years too broad

Published: 09/20/2012

A request for public records in broad categories collected over an extended period of time may be properly denied as overly broad, the Supreme Court of Ohio ruled yesterday.

The justices held that Sunday Zidonis, a former Columbus State Community College employee, was not entitled to a writ of mandamus compelling the school to release emails and litigation files because she failed to narrow her search to a specific category or time frame.

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