Pinder's 1987 exam score was insufficient for promotion and he requested to view the results for future exam preparation. The CSC denied his request claiming that production would cause injury to public interest. The court granted the CSC summary judgment dismissal and Pinder appealed, arguing that C.R.S. § 24-72-204(2)(a)(II) specifically mandated disclosure to a "person of interest."
The Division Three Court of Appeals of Colorado reversed the denial holding that Pinder was statutorily entitled production because he was a "person of interest" regarding the requested documents. See: Civil Service Commission v. Pinder, 795 P.2d 1368, 14 BTR (Colo. App. 1990).
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|Cite||795 P.2d 1368, 14 BTR (Colo. App. 1990)|
|Level||State Court of Appeals|