Attorneys try to bar media from Fairfield pool hearings

From The Cincinnati Enquirer Attorneys for two juveniles arrested during a chaotic altercation with police at a Fairfield pool in June have filed motions to keep the news media from attending subsequent court hearings.

The Enquirer previously reported the juveniles' parents objected to media presence at a pre-trial hearing, but the recently filed motions make those objections official – and it means there will be a hearing to determine whether media members are able to cover the proceedings.

That hearing is scheduled for Oct. 20, according to Rob Clevenger, director of Butler County's Juvenile Justice Center.

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