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Resource ID: #21106
Subject: Justice
Source: Courant (Hartford, Conn.)
Date: 2024-02-26



The Courant detailed the extent and nature of an unusual practice whereby state judges selectively sealed cases, some so completely that their very existence was not publicly acknowledged. That disclosure, and the revelations that the practice often favored fellow judges, celebrities, and wealthy CEO's, stoked considerable public outrage. Six months later, judges abolished it.

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