Tag Archives: Transparency

More On Judicial Transparency

We’ve written a number of times about the benefits of judicial transparency.  In an interview published in the July 2014 issue of the ABA Journal, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit Judge Richard A. Posner weighs in.  Judge … Continue reading

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Cameras In The Courtroom – Take Two

The George Zimmerman murder trial taking place in Florida is a perfect example of why there should be cameras in all courtrooms.  As observed by Jeffrey Tobin, The New Yorker writer and CNN legal commentator, in the July 3, 2013 National … Continue reading

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Cameras in the Courtroom!

Transparency and accountability – two essential outcomes that are attainable if every courtroom across the country had cameras.  Filming court proceedings, including the judges presiding and the lawyers arguing, and posting the videos online would reveal each judge’s and many … Continue reading

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