In Muir v. Alberta,  A.J. No.1656 Veit J. in discussing access to exhibits stated at paras. 15 and 17: "Access to exhibits is presumed in an open justice system… Therefore, any restriction on either the right of access, or the freedom to speak about what has been accessed, must be made only in the clearest of circumstances. Before imposing any limitation, the court must find that some value other than open justice or freedom of expression requires protection."
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