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FILE - In this Monday, March 9, 2020 file photo, Britain's Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex leaves after attending the annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London. A lawyer for the publisher of the Daily Mail newspaper said Wednesday Jan. 20, 2021, that the Duchess of Sussex had no reasonable expectation of privacy for a letter she sent her estranged father. The former Meghan Markle is suing publisher Associated Newspapers for invasion of privacy and copyright infringement over five February 2019 articles in the Mail on Sunday and on the MailOnline website that published portions of a handwritten letter to her father, Thomas Markle, after her marriage to Britain’s Prince Harry in 2018. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, File)

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Court artist sketch by Elizabeth Cook, depicting judge Mr Justice Warby at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2021, during Meghan Duchess of Sussex's High Court privacy action against Associated Newspapers (ANL) for their publication of a handwritten letter to her estranged father. Meghan Duchess of Sussex is suing publisher of the Mail on Sunday newspaper over articles which reproduced parts of a letter sent to her father Thomas Markle in August 2018. (Elizabeth Cook/PA via AP)

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Court artist sketch by Elizabeth Cook, depicting Ian Mill QC, top left, Justin Rushbrooke QC, top right, and judge Mr Justice Warby, bottom, at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2021, during Meghan Duchess of Sussex's High Court privacy action against Associated Newspapers (ANL) for their publication of a handwritten letter to her estranged father. Meghan Duchess of Sussex is suing publisher of the Mail on Sunday newspaper over articles which reproduced parts of a letter sent to her father Thomas Markle in August 2018. (Elizabeth Cook/PA via AP)

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This Jan. 17, 2021 photo shows the independent Thaddeus Stevens School in Lyndon, Vt. Four families, including one whose children attend the school, are suing Vermont over a voucher program that allows students in communities that don't have schools or are not part of supervisory unions to attend schools of their choice, including approved private institutions, with the towns paying the tuition. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)

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The independent Thaddeus Stevens School stands in Lyndon, Vt., on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021. Four families, including one whose children attend the school, are suing Vermont over a voucher program that allows students in communities that don't have schools or are not part of supervisory unions to attend schools of their choice, including approved private institutions, with the towns paying the tuition. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)