Delaware Attorney General Has No Duty to Initiate Enforcement Proceedings of State Public Record Law
The Delaware Supreme Court affirmed, holding that Proctor had failed to establish that the Attorney General failed or refused to perform a non-discretionary duty that was owed to him. See: Proctor v. Brady, 918 A.2d 339 (Del.Supr. 2007).
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Proctor v. Brady
|Cite||918 A.2d 339 (Del.Supr. 2007)|
|Level||State Supreme Court|