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Appeals Court: Public does not have right to know juror names

In a ruling that sets a legal precedent, the three-judge panel rejected arguments by the publisher of an online legal affairs newsletter that any right of the public - and the media - to that information is more important than protecting the privacy of the people who serve. In fact, Judge Christopher Staring said having that information routinely made public actually could discourage people from agreeing to sit on a jury. (Independent stock photo)

In a ruling that sets a legal precedent, the three-judge panel rejected arguments by the publisher of an online legal affairs newsletter that any right of the public - and the media - to that information is more important than protecting the privacy of the people who serve. In fact, Judge Christopher Staring said having that information routinely made public actually could discourage people from agreeing to sit on a jury. (Independent stock photo)

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