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No First Amendment violation for limiting record access (access required)

Where one Virginia statute denies non-Virginia-barred attorneys remote access to records otherwise available at the courthouse, and another statute prevents individuals who have remote access from selling, posting or redistributing data obtained from these records to third parties, the statutes don’t violate the First Amendment. They are narrowly tailored to serve significant governmental interests. Background Virginia Code ...