Governmental Nondisclosure in Judicial Proceedings

Milton M. Carrow
1958 University of Pennsylvania law review  
Due process requires that the right of the government to withhold information in administrative and judicial proceedings be subjected to "reasonable" limita.tions. This Article explores the extent of these limitations in terms of the kinds of individual interests affected and the type of information which is sought to be withheld. Mr. Carrow, as one who has written widely in the field of administrative law, suggests that the present basis for determining the limits of governmental
more » ... ental nondisclosure, which rests upon a hierarchy of interests, be abandoned in favor of one which, by defining the kinds of inforimation which are presumptively privileged, would leave the adjustment of interrelated interests to the court. t
doi:10.2307/3310218 fatcat:bhmdju2ll5a6xdjtomxi3mfnem