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Resource ID: #28771
Subject: Criminal Justice
Source: 
Affiliation: Reuters
Date: June - December 2019

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In the most comprehensive review undertaken of the practice of sealing documents and evidence in civil court, Reuters reporters explained in four distinctive articles how judges routinely, with little regard for public health and safety, allow corporate America to hide lethal secrets about faulty products; how all the parties involved – the courts, the defendants and the plaintiffs – have an incentive to maintain and perpetuate secrecy; and how secrecy blanketed a judicial system that was founded on the principle of transparency.

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