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Reporter pulled off court case in gagging order row A regional daily has pulled its reporter off coverage of a court case louis vuitton neverfull mm or speedy 35 after a judge refused to lift a gagging order.
The South Wales Argus has abandoned its coverage of a case of wilful neglect of a baby because it feels it cannot report the proceedings meaningfully. It followed a judge refusal to lift a section 39 order preventing the identification of an 18 month old baby which in turn prevented the paper from naming the defendants. Editor Gerry Keighley says he is with arguing with judges over such cases, claiming the law is being applied The case is being heard by Judge Stephen Hopkins at Cardiff Crown Court and concerned two defendants, a mother and her partner, accused of wilful neglect against a baby who had suffered a number of injuries when it was about six months old. After the judge louis vuitton alma bb epi initially placed the order, Simon Westrop, head of legal for the Argus parent company Newsquest, wrote to him pointing out a number of previous cases in which judges had stated that babies cannot be harmed by publicity. He also repeated guidance from the Judicial Studies Board and louis vuitton shoes 2010 the Lord Chief Justice about the placing of section 39 orders. Nevertheless Judge Hopkins refused to lift the order and said that in his view naming the parents would automatically lead to the baby being named. Said Gerry: those restrictions I felt there was no point in us being in court. I have written to the judge and told him that I believe the order and the guidance have prevented open justice being served. have also said louis vuitton neverfull accessories that if similar rulings are made in similar cases in future we will not report them. am fed up with pleading with different judges over the years and quoting the same old precedents. I recognise the judges have discretion in their own courts, but there is little consistency. the press on one side and the judges, barristers and social services on the other. It was especially galling in this case because the judge originally banned us from naming the defendants. we pointed out that he couldn he removed that clause but then told us that in his view naming them would identify the child. have no wish to identify children who are old enough to be harmed (possibly) by publicity, but it has been said time and again by senior judges that babies cannot be harmed by publicity. fought lots of these cases over the years, but things don improve. I not wasting any more time or company money on similar cases. Lord Chief Justice and the Judicial Studies Board should tell their judges that in some cases their orders are damaging open justice and giving people who injure children the protection of anonymity. the whole point of press reporting court is to name criminals to deter people from crime.
To be fair though, I did get a fair hearing from crown court judge who banned me from reporting the defendant name in a child sex case and later accepted my argument in court that the law already protected the child against being identified without an order. But that case proved so difficult to report without Id ing the boy we gave up on the re trial. It is a nightmare and it is true that the child is more important than the story.
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