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August 31, 2010

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The United States Supreme Court has already ruled that the courts should be made as fully accessible to the public as possible. Judges have always been allowed to control actions and conduct in their own courtrooms. So why do they feel they are not bound by their own rulings?

Amaury

You can watch Mexico's Supreme Court deliverations session live.

Marc Mallon

I guess the temptation would be to not unlock the Press thereafter. . . .

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