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Can I object to a legal blogger (or journalist) coming into my hearing? | The Transparency Project

The rule says that any party, witness, cafcass officer or guardian or child (if of sufficient age and understanding) may object and that they may do so at any time.

The rule says that the judge may decide themselves even without objection to prohibit or restrict attendance.

BUT before the court can restrict attendance it must give the journalist / legal blogger an opportunity to make representations AND be satisfied that it is NECESSARY

  • in the interests of any child concerned in, or connected with, the proceedings OR
  • for the safety or protection of a party, a witness in the proceedings, or a person connected with such a party or witness, OR
  • for the orderly conduct of the proceedings

http://www.transparencyproject.org.uk/can-i-object-to-a-legal-blogger-or-journalist-coming-into-my-hearing/

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