Restrict online access to court cases not resulting in conviction, B.C. judge says

The chief justice of the Provincial Court says online access to cases in which a person was not convicted of a crime should be limited, a blow to media outlets that argued the court and its records should be as open as possible.

Chief Justice Thomas Crabtree announced a consultation regarding an online database, known as Court Services Online, in July.

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