In a courtroom packed with spectators, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals heard arguments last week on whether it should require a Houston judge to rescind his ruling that allows a camera to film jurors deliberating in a death penalty case. Judge Ted Poe's decision to allow cameras from the PBS series "Frontline" into the jury room is believed to be the first of its kind in a capital murder case in the United States.
Texas Court Considers Whether to Allow Filming of Deliberations
January 21, 2003
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