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Unlikely hero emerges in struggle for courtroom access
By Douglas Lee Case of Scott Huminski, who was armed with only the First Amendment, helps clarify right to attend civil court proceedings.   10.19.04

Libel case targets what TV news didn't report
By Douglas Lee Washington Supreme Court considers case involving broadcast that omitted facts about confrontation between store owner, developmentally disabled man.   06.02.04

Official secrecy helps terrorists undermine democracy
By Douglas Lee Openness of U.S. judicial system has become a casualty in the war on terror.   01.13.04

Think press freedom is secure? Think again
By Douglas Lee National Newspaper Week reminds us of all we need newspapers for — and of all we lose when restrictions on access hinder their reporting.   10.07.03

Newsgatherers may feel pinch of 7th Circuit's ruling on privilege
By Douglas Lee Judges back trial court's decision that journalists' unpublished taped interviews aren't protected.   08.28.03

Obscure Internet libel provision hits the big time
By Douglas Lee 9th Circuit finds protections afforded Internet speech by CDA's Section 230(c) exceed those offered by First Amendment.   07.10.03

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