State Department officials are set to release a second batch of Hillary Clinton's deleted emails Friday amid renewed controversy over the agency's handling of Freedom of Information Act requests for the documents.

The new batch of emails will be taken from the roughly 15,000 emails recovered by the FBI from Clinton's server and provided to the State Department.

A federal court ordered the State Department to produce at least three batches of Clinton's deleted emails before Election Day after the agency attempted to delay production beyond November.

Clinton said repeatedly over the past year that she turned over all of her work-related communications.

However, FBI Director James Comey announced in July that Clinton had deleted thousands of work-related communications from her server. Agents could not recover additional emails because Clinton's team directed tech aides to scrub them with a digital deletion tool called BleachBit.