Los Angeles–Ruth Shulman may be the most publicized invasion-of-privacy litigant in the country, but that doesn’t mean she has to have her trial against CBS broadcast, a Superior Court judge here has ruled.

Judge Charles W. McCoy Jr. rejected without discussion a motion by Court TV to let a camera tape Ms. Shulman’s day in court, a trial set to start on Sept. 8 and run three weeks.

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