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DA files new brief in Guild case: ‘The defendant should not be allowed to circumvent the open records law’

July 14, 2020 by Heather Schaefer

Former Rhinelander city administrator Daniel Guild was the legal custodian of records requested by the Northwoods River News back in 2018 and “should not be allowed to fall back on the discretionary act immunity, as he never used discretion, rather he intentionally and blatantly refused to comply to the request,” Oneida County district attorney Mike Schiek argues in a brief filed July 7 in response to Price County Circuit Judge Kevin Klein’s request for an additional written submission exp...

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