Judge grants newspaper’s motion to unseal HOA probe documents (NV)

In a decision hailed as a victory for transparency in the courts, a federal judge Monday unsealed documents that could shed more light on the government’s long-running investigation into fraud and corruption at homeowners associations.  Some three-dozen secretly filed documents were covered under the order sought by the Las Vegas Review-Journal and attorney Maggie McLetchie.    Read the article…………


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