‘Jane Doe’ lottery privacy case on tap

Anticipation rising ahead of Tuesday’s court hearing

NASHUA – As a Superior Court judge prepares to hear arguments Tuesday morning on whether the mystery $566 million Powerball winner should be able to remain anonymous for “the safety of her and her family,” her lawyers and the state Lottery Commission’s attorney have filed 11th-hour motions pleading their respective cases.

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