Diane Fox addresses reporters as Skagit County Prosecutor Rich Weyrich (right, in suit) watches on Thursday in Mount Vernon. Fox accused Weyrich of grandstanding by alerting news organizations to efforts by her son, Steven Rickards, to seal records of his juvenile court conviction for murdering his 8-year-old sister in 2001. (AP Photo/Gene Johnson)

Diane Fox addresses reporters as Skagit County Prosecutor Rich Weyrich (right, in suit) watches on Thursday in Mount Vernon. Fox accused Weyrich of grandstanding by alerting news organizations to efforts by her son, Steven Rickards, to seal records of his juvenile court conviction for murdering his 8-year-old sister in 2001. (AP Photo/Gene Johnson)

Prosecutor outs effort to seal juvenile murder conviction

The Skagit County prosecutor alerted the media that Steven Rickards was trying to have the records sealed.

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