Judge must decide if Powerball winning ‘Jane Doe’ can remain anonymous

Judge Charles Temple listens to attorney Steven M. Gordon, who represents lottery winner “Jane Doe,” during a hearing in the Jane Doe v. New Hampshire Lottery Commission case at Hillsborough Superior Court in Nashua on Tuesday. Lawyers representing a New Hampshire woman, who says she has a Powerball ticket that won a $559.7 million jackpot, are requesting that a judge grant her a request to stay anonymous.

NASHUA – The New Hampshire woman who won a $566 million Powerball drawing in January would be more than willing to provide to the state Lottery Commission all of her “personal identifiers” – as long as her name and address are not disclosed to the public.

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