AG redacts officers' names from statewide credibility list
CONCORD — The New Hampshire attorney general's office has a two-page list of law enforcement officers from across the state who might have credibility problems if they were called to testify at trial.
But the AG is shielding the identities of those officers, saying disclosure of their names would be an invasion of their privacy, and breach law that keeps police personnel records private.
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