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    Justice Stephen Breyer on the Supreme Court and the Constitution

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer was interviewed by Pete Williams and responded to questions from students in the audience at the Washington Center for Internships and Academic…

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    Civics Education in Schools

    Retired Justice Sandra Day O Connor testified on her efforts to educate young people in civics through her iCivics organization. Some of the other issues she addressed were state…

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    Federal Appeals Courts and New Media

    Panelists talked about the impact of federal courts of appeals and how the new media may be changing their anonymity and their public face.  Because the Supreme Court hears so few…

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    Judge Vaughn Walker on Cameras in the Courtroom

    Judge Vaughn Walker spoke about the history of cameras in the courtroom. He focused on precedents set by the Ninth Circuit over the past 20 years, reaction to several highly publicized…

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    The Supreme Court

    A panel discussion was held on the current U.S. Supreme Court to coincide with the release of the book The Supreme Court: A C-SPAN Book, Featuring the Justices in Their Own Words…

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    Fiscal Year 2011 Supreme Court Budget

    Justices Breyer and Thomas testified about the proposed fiscal year 2011 budget for the U.S. Supreme Court. In his opening remarks Justice Thomas said major portions of the requested…

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    Solicitor General Elena Kagan Remarks

    U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan talked about what a solicitor general does, how she prepares to argue cases before the Supreme Court, and her thoughts on cameras in the Supreme…

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    Cameras in Federal Courts

    Witnesses testified for and against proposed legislation, the 2007 Sunshine in the Courtroom Act, which would allow the photographing, broadcasting and televising of federal court…

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    Fiscal Year 2007 Supreme Court Budget

    Justices Kennedy and Thomas testified about the fiscal year 2007 budget proposal for the U.S. Supreme Court for $76.4 million, a 16 percent increase from fiscal year 2006. Topics included…

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    Supreme Court Justices Confirmation Hearings

    America and the Courts looked at how current Supreme Court Justices answered questions on abortion, civil rights, privacy and precedence from Senators on the Judiciary Committee during…

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    Cameras in the Courts

    First Senators Grassley and Schumer testified. Then judges, attorneys and television executives testified about the use of cameras in the courtrooms of various federal…

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    Capitol Hill Stories

    Participating by video feed, Mr. Curran spoke about the Senate Indian Affairs Committee investigation into former lobbyist Jack Abramoff’s role in an Indian gaming…

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    Media and the Courts

    Panelists evaluated the arguments for and against cameras in federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. They speculated about the impact C-SPAN could have on the U.S. judicial…

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    Constitutional Conversation

    At an evening event titled “Constitutional Conversation” moderated by Tim Russert, justices talked about the role and operation of the Supreme Court, the state of civics…

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    Media Coverage of American Courts

    Panelists talked about media coverage of high-profile court trials and litigation involving celebrities. Among the topics they addressed were the use of media outlets, the impact of…

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    Book Discussion on Machine Gun Kelly's Last Stand

    Mr. Hamilton was interviewed about his book Machine Gun Kelly’s Last Stand, published by University Press of Kansas. George Kelly, a flamboyant Depression era criminal, was…

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    Television and the Judicial System

    Panelists spoke to students about the impact of television cameras in the courtroom. They also talked about potential coverage of future Supreme Court proceedings. Following their…

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    Cameras in Federal Courtrooms

    Participants debated whether cameras should be allowed in federal courtrooms, including the trial of suspected September 11 conspirator Zacharias Moussabi. They responded to audience…

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    Public Access to Court Proceedings

    Mr. Waters talked about television coverage of public proceedings and the Florida Supreme Court experience with live broadcast of the proceeding on the vote re-count during the 2000…

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    Cameras in Federal Courts

    Standing on the steps of the Supreme Court, Senators spoke to reporters about plans to introduce legislation to allow cameras in federal courts. Following their remarks they answered…

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