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Judges, Gag-Orders and Free Speech; Authored by Hanoch Sheps, Katie O’leary, Jean-Claude Mazzola and Vincent Syracuse

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In the age of social media and high-profile legal cases, what are the boundaries around First Amendment rights? This recent article published by the New York State Bar Association attorney professionalism forum, explores whether it is ethical for judges to restrict attorneys’ public discussion outside courtroom proceedings. It also delves into the necessity of gag orders and both the risks and benefits. Authored by the attorney professionalism forum; Hanoch Sheps, Katie O’leary, and Jean-Claude Mazzola from Mazzola Lindstrom LLP along with Vincent Syracuse from NYSBA the article references several well-known cases and insights surrounding.