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A. The First Amendment presumption of access

A. The First Amendment presumption of access

Overview

Indiana

See Taylor v. State, 438 N.E. 2d 275, 279 (Ind. 1982) (citations omitted):

A. The First Amendment presumption of access

Overview

Alaska

The state follows the precedents set forth by the Supreme Court, and has stated that it intends to useRichmond Newspapers Inc. asthe foundation for open courts cases. “The function that a public trial serves has been eloquently detailed in the watershed case.” Renkel v. State, 807 P.2d 1087, 1989 (Alaska App. 1991).

A. The First Amendment presumption of access

Overview

New Mexico

New Mexico courts have found some First Amendment protection in the dissemination of discovered material, subject to the limits of Rule 26(c). See Does v. Roman Catholic Church, 122 N.M. 307, 942 P.2d 273 (Ct. App. 1996). In Pincheria v. Allstate Ins. Co., 144 N.M.