1.) RICHMOND - open access to criminal proceedings, however, in some instances a trial judge may gag the press in order for fair administration of justice.
2.) SKILLING - enough time had passed, large enough jury pool, questionnaire was used, and jury acquitted him of other counts
3.) CORBIN - you can use this to support voire dire, judge basically said that there's not a need to gag press because there is enough time to actually develop a questionnaire that judges who could potentially be bias, also large jury pool. Judge could have used a pretrial questionnaire to find impartial jury
4.) IRWIN - first prong of Nebraska Press Test, intense and pervasive publicity, there was way too much publicity for there to be any sort of impartial jury
5.) SHEPPARD - The trial judge... it's his responsibility to ensure the 6th Amendment, participant restrictive orders could be used, also other mandates and pre-trial remedies that can be used before gag on press.
6.) SCRUSHY - 3rd Prong for NPT, it's an indentation to the 3rd prong that this restrictive order will do its job, you could narrowly tailor it enough that it would be effective (usually limited to testimonies and witnesses)