LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- A judge says sexual assault records against Republican gubernatorial nominee David Williams should be made public, despite the efforts to keep them sealed.
Williams was the woman's attorney in a criminal case when the allegations surfaced in 2002. He denies the claims, and the attorney general's office found no grounds for a criminal investigation.
Williams and the woman sued to block the release of the documents, claiming invasion of privacy, but a judge ruled against them, saying most of the court records should be released.
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