Newsday Interviews Donna Aldea on Issue of Transparency in Police Misconduct Files

Donna Aldea was quoted in an extended Newsday investigative piece on a dispute over police misconduct files in Nassau County.

From the article:

“The bottom line is that I think that our society in general and our legal system in general, is moving toward more transparency in terms of disclosure,” said Donna Aldea, head of appellate and post-conviction litigation at Barket Epstein in Garden City. “Police officers are witnesses just like any other witness, and the types of information that would be relevant to evaluating the credibility of a witness include things like what is contained in those disciplinary files.”

Read the entire article here.