14. Persons present at a court hearing must conduct themselves in a respectful and restrained manner. Only those who prove their status as journalists may make a sound recording of the proceedings and the decision, unless the court prohibits them from doing so. In no case may images be recorded or sound or image recordings be broadcast.
The parties and their representatives are duty-bound to exercise restraint throughout the proceeding out of respect for the judicial process.
All persons, even if they are not present in person at a hearing, must comply with those rules and obey the orders of the court and of the officers of justice under its authority, under pain of contempt of court.
2014, c. 1, a. 14; 2020, c. 29, s. 9112020, c. 29, s. 912.