A public agency that attempts to comply, in good faith, with an oral request and promptly provides records to a citizen does not violate the Freedom of Information Act, even if the public agency miscomprehends the citizen's request and does not furnish all the records requested.
Smith v. Freedom of Information Commission
October 22, 2012
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