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Friday, March 26, 2010

D.C. Circuit Seals Courtroom to Hide Appellant's Identity

The District of Columbia Court of Appeals has sealed the courtroom for a special education case where the appellant's counsel is his mother. The appellant's identity is secret. The court fears that if someone saw appellant's counsel- supposedly a well-known courthouse figure- everyone would know the appellant's identity.

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