Lawyers say Colorado shooting suspect is mentally ill
Gag order » Media want information about the alleged gunman, an ex-university student.
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But Moore noted that some Colorado judges have sealed entire court dockets under the argument that the mere fact of media coverage will damage a case.
In his ruling to unseal documents in the Cox case, Douglas County District Judge Paul A. King rejected that notion.
"There can be no presumption that everyone in the jury panel will read, follow and find important the media accounts in this case," King wrote.
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