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Ex Parte In Camera Hearing

Definition

Also known as an in camera ex parte hearing, a private court proceeding involving only one of the parties to a case, conducted by the judge to review one aspect of the case. The fact the hearing was held, but not the contents of the hearing, becomes a matter of public record.

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