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 December 23, 2010  Posted by  Breaches, Court

Nate A. Miller reports:

A Larimer District Court judge has put a formal end to efforts on the part of Weld District Attorney Ken Buck and Weld County Sheriff John Cooke to crack down on illegal immigration and identity theft using records from a Greeley tax preparer.

In a decision Tuesday, District Judge Stephen Schapanski made permanent a temporary injunction issued against Buck and Cooke in April. The ruling directs the Weld County court clerk to destroy all copies of information obtained from the search and seizure of tax files from Amalia’s Translation & Tax Service in Greeley in 2008. Weld authorities also are forbidden from using any information learned from the contents of those files.

Read more in the Greeley Tribune.  The ACLU’s press release can be found on the Colorado ACLU site.

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