In practice, as well as in theory, the Judicial Branch is taking steps to make it easier for the public and attorneys to get into court and to follow what’s going on.

On Aug. 1, court marshals stopped confiscating any cell phone equipped with a camera. Last year, under the previous rule, marshals temporarily held on to 290,000 cell phones with cameras in order to prevent unauthorized photography.

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