Last week was a small victory for the public's right to know thanks to The Courier Journal, which played the important role of watchdog.
All of it started when the CJ asked the state's court system why 3,600 cases had been sealed from public view during the last decade. Sadly when asked, the court system officials admitted they knew little about the cases - including why they were closed, if they were closed properly and if they should remain closed at this time.
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