Fair Trials in the Court System
Information about several U.S. Supreme Court cases was scrolled on the screen. Then the financial net worth of each of the U.S.… read more
Information about several U.S. Supreme Court cases was scrolled on the screen. Then the financial net worth of each of the U.S. Supreme Court Justices was scrolled on the screen. Then the text of several constitutional amendments was scrolled on the screen.
Constitution experts held a roundtable discussion on how the U.S. judicial system is set up to insure a fair trial for defendants. They talked specifically about the Rodney King case in Los Angeles and about the Roger Coleman death penalty case in Virginia. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Joseph E. diGenova Independent Counsel Department of Justice
- William Greenhalgh Professor Georgetown University Law Center
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