TV cameras to be allowed in law courts for first time, MoJ confirms
The ban on televised court sentencing is to be overturned in an effort to improve public understanding of the justice system, Justice Secretary Ken Clarke announced today (6 September). Clarke said in a statement that the move to allow TV broadcasting of judges' comments was part of an attempt to demystify the legal process for the general public.
The ban on televised court sentencing is to be overturned in an effort to improve public understanding of the justice system, Justice Secretary Ken Clarke announced today (6 September).
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