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Title Should cameras be allowed in courtrooms? [electronic resource] / Amanda Hiber, book editor.
Publication Info. Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2008.

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 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC BOOK-Opposing Viewpoints In Context    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 111 p. ; 23 cm.
Series At issue. Civil liberties.
Opposing Viewpoints In Context
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 101-106) and index.
Contents Cameras should be allowed in courtrooms / Barbara Cochran -- Cameras should not be allowed in courtrooms / Jan E. DuBois -- Cameras should only be allowed in criminal trials with the consent of all parties / Barbara E. Bergman -- Cameras should be allowed in the Supreme Court / Arlen Specter -- Cameras should not be allowed in the Supreme Court / Christina B. Whitman -- Supreme Court proceedings should be recorded but not televised / Scott C. Wilcox -- Cameras in courtrooms would trivialize court proceedings / Woody West -- Cameras in courtrooms would lead to a more educated public / Sandy Grady -- Reluctance to use cameras in courtrooms is a result of the Simpson trial -- Ellia thompson -- Cameras should be allowed at high-profile trials / Howard Rosenberg -- Cameras should not be allowed at high-profile trials / Matthew Gilbert -- Beltway sniper John Allen Muhammad's trial should be televised / Radio-Television News Directors Association et al. -- Beltway sniper Lee Boyd Malvo's trial should not be televised / Andrew Cohen.
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Subject Television broadcasting of court proceedings -- United States.
Television broadcasting of news -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Added Author Opposing Viewpoints In Context
ISBN 9780737739282 (hardcover)
0737739282 (hardcover)
9780737739299 (pbk.)
0737739290 (pbk.)
OCLC # sseb_ssj0000919729
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