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Press freedom and the privacy of non-victim children: resolving conflict between open justice and human rights

Communications Law

Edited by:
Dr Peter Coe
Bloomsbury Publishing plc
Publication Date:
January 2024
(2010) Vol 15, No 4 Introduction Factual background Power to make an order under section 39 Balancing the article 10 rights of the press and the article 8 rights of the children Open justice as a rule in criminal proceedings: the approach of the Crawford court The high public profile of the defendant: equality before the law The conflict between open justice and human rights Presumptive parity and parallel analysis Non-inclusion of valid human rights arguments Equality before the law and the high public profile of the defendant The interplay between articles 8 and 10: Campbell’s solution Conclusion ...

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