The public’s mostly unfettered right to review court records was upheldMonday by the Georgia Supreme Court.
A Fulton Superior Court judge did not follow uniform superior court rulesbefore sealing court records, a unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday.Judges can seal records if a party’s privacy is invaded in an extraordinaryway but only if they take certain steps, Justice Leah W. Sears wrote forthe court.
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