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The Department of Constitutional Affairs (DCA) has postponed its decision on whether to introduce cameras in the courts until later this year. A public consultation carried out earlier this year elicited 259 responses and saw contributions from the Law Society, Bar Council as well as other professional bodies and interested parties. In a statement last month, the Lord Chancellor, Lord Falconer, said the responses had “confirmed my very strong view that victims, witnesses, and jurors should not be filmed.”

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