Supreme Court justices said Thursday that troubling memories of O.J. Simpson's televised murder trial a decade ago hang over the present-day debate about cameras in courts -- including the highest court. Justices Sandra Day O'Connor, Anthony M. Kennedy and Stephen Breyer engaged in an unusual and frank discussion of the issue during an American Bar Association event. Although the justices have long opposed courtroom cameras, there's a fresh move in Congress to open up proceedings.
Supreme Court Justices Conflicted on Benefits of Courtroom Cameras
The Associated Press
November 11, 2005
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