D.C. Courts Rebuked For Barring Public Access

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Washington, D.C.’s highest state-level court has warned judges that they must meet strict standards before barring public access to criminal hearings or records. The Washington Post said it happened last week in a case filed by the D.C. Public Defender Service, which complained about an “endemic” disregard for “the public’s right of access” to proceedings.
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