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Public Wants Video in U.S. Supreme Court, Poll Shows


Nearly three-quarters of the public wants the U.S. Supreme Court to allow video broadcast of its proceedings, according to a poll released Wednesday.

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  • Frank

    Is public opinion on this point more or less relevant than the detrimental effect knowing One is being filmed and knowing that film can be edited and distorted and misused will have on the court‘s ability to render verdicts as impartial as possible? If the answer is "less relevant", why should I be interested in what a poll shows?

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