With narrow exceptions, Southern District of New York Judge John G. Koeltl ordered released portions of a psychiatric report that lawyer Lynne Stewart, who was sentenced in October on terrorism-related charges, had sought to keep under seal over objections from the government.

Judge Koeltl in U.S. v. Sattar, 395/02, found that only “several small portions” of the contested portions of the psychiatric report raised “a sufficiently compelling” privacy interest to warrant redaction.

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