There were no cameras in the New York courtroom Thursday where David Boies of Boies, Schiller & Flexner argued on behalf of Court TV that the state's ban on cameras in court is unconstitutional. The judge, however, seemed skeptical that news organizations had a right to bring them there. At least nine courts in the state have reached different conclusions on the constitutionality and scope of the camera ban.
New York Judge Considers Request for Cameras in Court
New York Law Journal
June 6, 2003
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