Why Courtrooms are Open to the Public

I was recently asked why courtrooms are open to the public. I'm not sure how many people know this, but anyone can go right into any courtroom and watch a trial. The reason for this is because the cases that are decided here affect the safety and well-being of everyone in the community. So when an insurance company wrongfully denies a claim, when someone is hurt by a negligent driver or when someone is hurt by a medical provider, juries in our courtrooms enforce the community’s rules and protect all of us. I thought the beautiful stained-glass window in the Greene County Common Pleas Court room really brought this message home.

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