Should judiciary limit PACER access to protect informants?

BOSTON — Startling numbers on retaliation against informants and government witnesses have the federal judiciary pondering whether to limit public access to criminal dockets on PACER. In a recent survey of federal judges, prosecutors, public defenders and probation officers quantifying retaliation against those who cooperate with the government in criminal cases, respondents reported 571 cases involving …



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