History of Cameras in the Courts
Mr. Kastenmeier, Mr. Dyk, and Mr. Eaglin discussed the historic process that resulted in the three year experiment allowing… read more
Mr. Kastenmeier, Mr. Dyk, and Mr. Eaglin discussed the historic process that resulted in the three year experiment allowing television cameras into Federal courts beginning July 1, 1991. A short excerpt of film from the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial of 1935 was shown and discussed by the guests. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Robert W. Kastenmeier U.S. Representative (Former) [D] Wisconsin
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