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When Silence Isn’t Golden: How Gag Orders Can Evade First Amendment Protections

October 24, 2017
By Isabel Farhi

Trials must be conducted at law, rather than in the press, and courts sometimes feel the need to assert control of the outflow of information around judicial matters to preserve the fair trial rights of litigants.

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