Yet both are arguing that a 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling Monday will make it harder to persuade some defendants to provide information to the prosecution.
From now on, whenever a cooperating defendant wants a closed courtroom for his allocution, he will have to make a written motion first, Judge Sidney Thomas wrote.
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