Lawyer says officer's disputed inheritance 'a matter of official corruption'
BRENTWOOD — A legal dispute over a police officer's estimated $1.8 million inheritance is "a matter of official corruption," so "the media and the public" have a right to know the details, Portsmouth attorney Paul McEachern said Monday during a Rockingham County Superior Court hearing.
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