Here we have the number one difference between the US and Canada: not only a prior restraint on the press, but a ban on publishing what as said (in public) in open court. Short of preventing certain people from speaking out on an election, it is hard to imagine a more core violation of the First Amendment (if, of course, the First Amendment applied). Had I known, I would have been sorely tempted to go to court and then report what I heard once I returned to the (aptly named, in this case) Home of the Free. Not because what was said was interesting -- I'm sure that it's anodyne eye-wash to the effect that she loves her mother -- but because governments simply shouldn't be allowed to get away with this shit.
The case is, as it happens, interesting. A 19-year old woman came home late and was stabbed by her mother. People seem to assume that the reason was the dishonor reflected on the family by having a late daughter. All we are told about the family is that their name is Ebrahimi and they speak Farsi at home. It also seems likely that they have not absorbed the majority culture.