Bryant, Jackson Cases May Alter Court-Media Rules

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Rulings in the Kobe Bryant and Michael Jackson cases may reshape settled First Amendment law, says the New York Times. The judges are trying to reconcile the rights and appetites of the press, the privacy of people who say they were sexually assaulted, and the fair-trial rights of celebrity defendants. In each case, the courts
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