Article III, section 17 of West Virginia’s Constitution guarantees a constitutional right of the public, and the press, to attend civil court proceedings. State ex rel. Brooks v. Zakaib, 214 W. Va. 253, 265, 588 S.E.2d 418, 430 (2003) (quoting State ex rel. Garden State Newspapers, Inc. v. Hoke, 205 W.Va. 611, 520 S.E.2d 186 (1999)). However, this is not an absolute right – Rule 10.03(a) of the West Virginia Trial Court Rules directs that upon motion by either party named in any civil action, the court may limit access to court files. W. Va. Trial Ct. R. 10.03(a), http://www.courtswv.gov/legal-community/court-rules/trial-court/chapter-1.html#rule10.03. The order of limitation shall specify the nature of the limitation, the duration of the limitation, and the reason for the limitation. Zakaib, 214 W. Va. at 265–66, 588 S.E.2d at 430–31.