Assessing the right to reputation - case update


By Media Team

A recent article by Jennifer Agate for Spears Magazine highlights a recent US Supreme Court decision, addressing the extent to which we have a right to reputation. 

The issues raised in the case add further commentary on the complex issue of anonymity in legal proceedings.

In a recent decision, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court determined that the names of eleven priests accused of sexual abuse in a grand jury report should remain permanently redacted.  A necessary measure, the court said, to 'protect their constitutional right to reputation'.
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