If you take the cameras out of the courtroom, then you hide a certain measure of truth from the public.
The American public got to see for themselves every day, all day, how this trial progressed. There's a lot of… (read more)
The problem with not having a camera is that one must trust the analysis of a reporter who's telling you… (read more)
Whereas if you have a camera in the courtroom, there's no filtering. What you see is what's there.
And if you take the cameras out of the courtroom, then you hide, I think, a certain measure of truth… (read more)
And the American public was able to make up their own mind whether this verdict was a just verdict or… (read more)
I have not fully had the opportunity to evaluate the impact of cameras in the courtroom.
I know the pundits and the news media have carried a lot of commentary about cameras in the courtroom, and… (read more)