Until now, all legal filings in the case have been presumed suppressed - which means only open to the court, defense and prosecutors in the case unless otherwise stipulated by Judge William Sylvester.
In a ruling released Friday afternoon in court, Judge Sylvester ruled that with few exceptions all filings and documents entered in the case will be presumed released to the public and the media.
The only documents that will not be opened to the public for now include the probable cause statement, any search warrants in the case along with the curricula vitae attached to pleadings involving experts in the case. Judge Sylvester says he would reconsider following the preliminary hearing slated for Nov.13.
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