An incident report file with the Greeley Police led to the resignation of State Representative Rochelle Galindo, but the Police have refused to release the report.

Under Colorado law, police are supposed to weigh the public and private interests in the report when determining whether to release it.

In this case, Ballard Spahr First Amendment litigator Zansberg argues there's a compelling reason for police to release a redacted copy of the police report.

"There's unquestionably extremely high amount of public interest in this particular allegation and the police`s investigation of it."

"If you're being told by Greeley Police that they are actually not engaged in an ongoing investigation of this complaint then that`s not a valid basis to withhold it," said Mr. Zansberg.

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