Maier, Emma
April 2009
Community Care;4/30/2009, Issue 1768, p4
The article discusses the recent opening of family courts for the media under a drive to increase public confidence in Great Britain. Under the new system, reporters will be able to attend more hearings at family courts but would not be allowed to write about specific cases. It is stated that the new system is well placed to boost understanding of the courts.


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