Judge Rules to Keep Letterman Hearing Open

Oct 15, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Despite requests to keep closed arguments about search warrants in the case of CBS News producer Robert J. Halderman and David Letterman, Norwalk Superior Court Judge Bruce Hudok declared that the discussions will handled in open court, reports the Associated Press.

Prosecutor Suzanne Vieux had asked the judge to keep it all behind closed doors, but the search warrants for Halderman’s home and car will now be argued openly.

The CBS producer has been accused of trying to blackmail CBS star David Letterman for $2 million in order to keep silent about Letterman’s sexual relations with staff.

— Allison J. Waldman

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