January 25, 2012
by Max Slater
The Illinois Supreme Court on Tuesday authorized the use of television cameras and other recording devices in state courts. The order permits "extended media coverage" in courtrooms, which entails broadcasting of proceedings by the use of television, radio, photographic or recording equipment for ...[read more]
March 17, 2007
by Natalie Hrubos
The federal judiciary has approved a pilot program that will allow the public to download free audio recordings of court proceedings over the internet. US District Judge Thomas F. Hogan, executive committee chairman of the policy-making Judicial Conference of the United States, said he views the ...[read more]
June 16, 2005
by David Shucosky
The New York State Court of Appeals upheld on Thursday a lower court ruling that the state's ban on cameras in trial courtrooms is constitutional. The appeals court ruled that the legislature has the final say on allowing cameras or not, and that banning them does not violate the constitutional... ...[read more]

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