Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel speaks at a news conference Wednesday, July 1, 2015, in Chicago. The Chicago Tribune sought emails related to Chicago’s scandal-tainted system of red-light tickets enforced through cameras. But Emanuel’s administration argued messages sent from private devices are not in a public body’s possession. The Tribune took the matter to court last month.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel speaks at a news conference Wednesday, July 1, 2015, in Chicago. The Chicago Tribune sought emails related to Chicago’s scandal-tainted system of red-light tickets enforced through cameras. But Emanuel’s administration argued messages sent from private devices are not in a public body’s possession. The Tribune took the matter to court last month. Christian K. Lee AP
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel speaks at a news conference Wednesday, July 1, 2015, in Chicago. The Chicago Tribune sought emails related to Chicago’s scandal-tainted system of red-light tickets enforced through cameras. But Emanuel’s administration argued messages sent from private devices are not in a public body’s possession. The Tribune took the matter to court last month. Christian K. Lee AP

Emails on private devices, FOIA issue goes back to court

October 11, 2015 01:13 PM