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Investigative journalist and crime author, Graham Johnson, has had his application for permission to appeal against sentence heard in the...
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In D and F v Persons Unknown [2021] EWHC 157 (QB), handed down on 4th February, Tipples J granted an order permanently preventing the...
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IntroductionOn 2nd November 2020, Nicol J handed down his eagerly awaited judgment in Depp v News Group Newspapers and anor [2020] EWHC...
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On 3 June 2020, in Serafin v Malciewicz and others [2020] UKSC 23, the Supreme Court delivered helpful guidance about the scope of the...
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Behind glass, and flanked by guards, Adolf Eichmann faced the judgment, of audiences around the world.  On 11 April 1961, live from the...
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For seven weeks Covid-19 shut the doors of jury trials in England and Wales. On 11th May 2020, the Lord Chief Justice and Lord Chancellor...
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On Monday, Ministers and officials from HMCTS gave evidence to the House of Commons Justice Select Committee on the impact of the...
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Open justice. “The words express a principle at the heart of our system of justice and vital to the rule of law… open justice lets in the...
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This week has been a landmark one for open justice: the US Supreme Court livestreamed oral arguments for the first time, allowing...
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We are all, by now, well aware of the implications of the current pandemic for in-person hearings in the courts.  Many hearings have...