||<p>The arrangements for the admission of the public and the press to a court vary
by the jurisdiction of that court, and by the nature of the application being considered.
Where a court is under a duty to sit in open court, it has an inherent jurisdiction
to sit in private but only if ordered by the presiding judge or magistrates. A court,
to which the press or public must be admitted, will not sit in private without a judicial
direction. The ability of the court to admit the public and the press may be limited
by the physical constraints of the courtroom.</p>