Omaha and Lincoln Dioceses Disagree With AG's Subpoenas

The Nebraska Attorney General's Office says today, legal counsel representing the Lincoln and Omaha Dioceses moved to quash the subpoenas issued earlier this week.

The A-G Office reports based on information the Dioceses voluntarily provided in the fall of 2018 in response to a letter to Nebraska Dioceses, it was apparent the records produced were not complete.

The release reads, As of today, there are a number of Catholic institutions that have complied with the subpoenas.Those records have contained information not previously produced.The Attorney General's foremost concern is that these records be produced in a complete and unaltered state.The Attorney General Office has agreed to have further discussion but believes that information not yet disclosed needs to be made available for review as soon as possible.

Earlier this week, the Attorney General issued subpoenas to more than 400 Catholic churches requesting records related to child sexual assault.

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