The Celebrity Divorce, the Publicity and the Gag Order

In celebrity cases, courts may decide to issue a gag order in order to ascertain the “fair administration of justice” or to preserve each parties right to a fair and unbiased trial such that the publicity would not result in jury of public opinion taking over the case. So the case has to contain a very high level of notoriety and interest to the public

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In celebrity cases, courts may decide to issue a gag order in order to ascertain the “fair administration of justice” or to preserve each parties right to a fair and unbiased trial such that the publicity would not result in jury of public opinion taking over the case. So the case has to contain a very high level of notoriety and interest to the public

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