TV cameras set to film murder trial sentencing in UK broadcasting first
TV cameras will be allowed to film the sentencing in a criminal trial for the first time next week, after Scottish broadcaster STV was granted permission to record the conclusion to a murder case. STV will film the sentencing of David Gilroy for the murder of his former mistress Suzanne Pilley next Wednesday (18 April) in the High Court in Edinburgh, with the Judiciary of Scotland confirming that it is "the first time that permission has been granted to film during a sentencing diet in the High Court".
TV cameras will be allowed to film the sentencing in a criminal trial for the first time next week, after Scottish broadcaster STV was granted permission to record the conclusion to a murder case.
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