Thursday, July 24, 2008

British family court secrecy

A reader writes:
The secrecy issue has become a major public issue in Britain.

After a series of articles in the Times of London about secret rulings in family courts, Britain's senior family judge has condemned these practices and will issue new guidelines requiring more openness in local family courts.
Most courts hate secrecy, and prefer to have proceedings open to the public.

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