The Associated Press and other media groups got bad news from Connecticut’s New Britain Superior Court Judge Michael R. Sheldon on March 23, when he held that current Practice Book rules give judges no discretion to allow cameras in courtrooms, unless expressly permitted.

With specific exceptions, current Practice Book Rule 1-10 states that, “a judicial authority should prohibit broadcasting, televising, recording, or taking photographs in the courtroom … .”

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