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I understand that an unlawful OPRA request denial from a state agency could result in compensation for legal fees associated with trying to obtain the unlawfully denied record. However, the OPRA act does not include the judiciary. What then would be the recourse for an unlawful denial of a court public record.
Unlawful in this context means that the record was deliberately (or accidentally) destroyed prior to the state's records retention schedule and/or there is no certification from the state to destroy said records.