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The N.H. Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence submitted testimony in support of protecting victim identities.
“We’re deeply disappointed with the committee’s rejection of a proposal to provide basic privacy rights to victims of crime,” said Amanda Grady Sexton, director of public affairs for the NHCADSV, in a statement after the advisory committee vote.
“Unfortunately, all too often victims are faced with choosing between seeking justice and maintaining basic privacy rights in the wake of a crime,” she said. “Sadly, the committee did not see the value in adopting a modest measure that would have gone a long way in addressing the concerns of crime victims.
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