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Cook County judge bans cell phones in courthouses

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CHICAGO (AP) — Cook County's chief judge has banned cell phones and other electronic devices from all courthouses — except the Richard J. Daley Center downtown. Chief Judge Evans' order takes effect in January and only affects facilities where criminal matters are heard. Evans says judges complained that people were using their cell phones to photograph witnesses, judges and jurors. He says...

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