That is the question at the core of a petition filed earlier this summer in Prison Legal News v. Executive Office for United State Attorneys by former solicitor general Paul Clement, now with the Bancroft law firm in Washington.

Clement, representing the prison news publication pro bono, asserts that under the Freedom of Information Act, videotaped records shown at a public trial must also be released to the public after the trial.

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