Quantcast
Home / News in Brief / Privacy lawsuit moves forward against delegate

Privacy lawsuit moves forward against delegate

(AP) A civil lawsuit accusing a state lawmaker of privacy violations is moving toward trial.

A federal judge on Nov. 12 denied a request by Del. Dawn Adams, D-Richmond, to toss out most of the allegations made against her, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported. Adams has denied any allegations of wrongdoing.

A former aide filed a lawsuit against Adams in July saying the delegate hacked into a private email account without permission.

Maureen Hains said she worked for Adams both as a political aide and as an unpaid helper with Adams’ job as a nurse practitioner. Hains said Adams hacked into her private email account to delete possible evidence of health care privacy law violations.

Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.