First Amendment advocates will have a second chance to convince a federal appeals court that the Philadelphia court system’s policy of not allowing audio recording of bail hearings hampers transparency.

In a brief order, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit agreed to rehear en banc argument in the Philadelphia Bail Fund’s case against the city’s arraignment court magistrates, in which the appeals court previously held 2-1 that the city’s policy should stand.

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