September 15, 2010
by Sarah Miley
US federal judges reached an agreement Tuesday on a pilot project allowing certain civil trials to be televised. Federal appellate judge David Sentelle said that, while the details still needed to be worked out, the judges agreed that the faces of jurors and witnesses will not be recorded and ...[read more]
January 28, 2010
by Bhargav Katikaneni
Two Iranians were executed Thursday and nine others have been sentenced to death for their roles in last summer's post-election protests, according to the semi-official Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA). The two executed men, identified as Momammed Reza Ali Zamani and Arash Rahmanipour, ...[read more]
April 18, 2008
by Patrick Porter
US Army Col. Lawrence Morris, chief prosecutor for the Guantanamo Bay military commissions, has said that the trials of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and other Sept. 11 suspects will be broadcast live via closed-circuit television to several military bases so that victims' families can watch, ...[read more]
November 13, 2006
by Joshua Pantesco
Certain portions of British courtroom proceedings could be televised in the near future, according to the Department for Constitutional Affairs (DCA), which is preparing to outline a proposal in a consultation paper to be released in the next few weeks. Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer, the ...[read more]
April 27, 2005
by Bernard Hibbitts
The New York Court of Appeal hears arguments Wednesday afternoon on whether the state's 50-year old statutory ban on the televising of trials is constitutional under state and federal law. New York temporarily allowed video coverage of trial proceedings for a ten year period beginning in 1987, ...[read more]

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