Indiana Supreme Court unseals Rokita's confidential agreement to public reprimand
The Indiana Supreme Court Thursday made public a confidential agreement entered into by Attorney General Todd Rokita when he was publicly reprimanded by the court last year.
The state attorney disciplinary commission asked the court to unseal the confidential agreement because it argued Rokita’s statement issued after the public reprimand called into question his sincerity.
In its decision to unseal the agreement, the Supreme Court noted that Rokita did not object to making it public. And it said there is no sensitive information being released.
The confidential agreement doesn’t appear to contain any information that wasn’t already public.
In a statement, Rokita maintained that he never contradicted the agreement.
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