Judge Bars NJ Paper From Reporting On Boy With Drugs

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In an unusual decision, a New Jersey judge barred a Trenton newspaper from publishing articles on a five-year-old boy who authorities said had taken heroin and crack cocaine to school, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. The state argued that publication of information about the case would harm the confidentiality of the proceedings. Such cases of "prior restraint" typically are deemed to . . .

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