Cameras In The Courtroom

Jeffrey Toobin has this interesting article in the New Yorker on how the recent Larry Nassar trial makes the case for having cameras in the courtroom. Money quote:

Today, some courtrooms are opening up, especially state and federal appeals courts. The United States Supreme Court remains doggedly, and ludicrously, opposed to cameras, although it eventually releases audio recordings of oral arguments. But the Nassar case reminds us that there is no substitute for seeing justice, or its absence, for ourselves



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