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Attorneys with Hinckley, Allen & Snyder, as well as an attorney with the Reporters Committee for Freedom of The Press, are arguing on behalf of the Hartford Courant Co. LLC that Connecticut’s Juvenile Transfer Act is unconstitutional. According to Legal Newsline, the newspaper publisher claims that the act, which requires that certain aspects of proceedings remain private in cases in which juveniles are charged with felonies, violates the First Amendment. The plaintiff also says that the act stifles its reporting ability.

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