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▣ Judge seals case in Tennessee no-body murder case

posted by Admin on June 26th, 2016 at 12:45 PM

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Judge seals records in Nashville no-body murder case
Stacey Barchenger, sbarchenger@tennessean.com 12:46 p.m. CDT May 25, 2016

Evidence in the murder case against Caleb Cannon will remain secret until trial, a Nashville judge ruled on Wednesday.

Criminal Court Judge Cheryl Blackburn granted a request by Assistant District Attorney General Katy Miller to seal discovery evidence that law requires prosecutors and defense lawyers to exchange before Cannon's trial.

The ruling means lawyers will have access to the evidence, but the public will not. Typically that evidence is public record after the exchange, though judges regularly seal medical records and specific information about victims of sex crimes and juveniles, for example.

For more: The Tennessean

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