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  • emGideon v Wainwrightem and the Right to Counsel
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    Gideon v. Wainwright and the Right to Counsel

    Jurists and attorneys talked about Gideon v. Wainwright, the 1963 Supreme Court landmark case that ruled criminal defendants at the state level have a right to counsel. The panel also spoke…

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  • Federal Circuit Judicial Conference
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    Federal Circuit Judicial Conference

    Moderated by Mr. Phillips, all the Federal Circuit Court judges discussed their docket work loads, rules and decision-making processes, critical cases on the docket, the use of computers…

    337 views
  • Reargument of emBuckley v Valeoem
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    Reargument of Buckley v. Valeo

    Mr. Lacovara and Mr. Cutler argued a hypothetical case in which the Federal Election Commission wishes to reverse the 1975 Supreme Court campaign spending case, Buckley v. Valeo. In 1975,…

    118 views
  • Free Air Time for Presidential Campaigns
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    Free Air Time for Presidential Campaigns

    The commission heard from policy-makers and media executives on a proposal for free television time for presidential campaigns.

    63 views
  • The Media Debate on Public Executions
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    The Media Debate on Public Executions

    The panelists debated whether the media should be allowed to broadcast executions.

    69 views
  • Television Coverage of Federal Courts
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    Television Coverage of Federal Courts

    Participants in this day-long conference discussed the use of cameras in criminal court cases. This hearing examined the testimonies and results of a three year experiment of their use.…

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  • Cameras in the Courtroom
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    Cameras in the Courtroom

    In separate interviews, journalists and judicial experts talked about the 1991 experiment in televising civil trials in two courts of appeals and six district courts. No criminal cases were…

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  • Conservative Supreme Court Forum
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    Conservative Supreme Court Forum

    Participants discussed the recent Supreme Court decisions and the effect they have had on separation-of-powers issues. They analyzed the movement in the Court to allow lower courts more…

    61 views
  • Ginsburg Supreme Court Nomination
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    Ginsburg Supreme Court Nomination

    Three attorneys familiar with the work of Supreme Court nominee Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg discussed their impressions of Judge Ginsburg’s work and temperament and speculated on her impact…

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  • Cameras in Federal Courtrooms
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    Cameras in Federal Courtrooms

    A panel of experts discussed the background and progress of the one-year experiment in selected federal courts. They also assessed whether cameras would ultimately be allowed in all federal…

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  • Cameras in Courts
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    Cameras in Courts

    The program analyzed the first year of a three-year “experiment” that allows television cameras to cover certain federal cases in six district courts and two appeals courts. The in-studio…

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  • The Legacy of Earl Warren Part 4
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    The Legacy of Earl Warren, Part 4

    Three former clerks for Chief Justice Earl Warren discussed their experiences in the U.S. Supreme Court, their relationships with the chief justice, and the nature of Supreme Court…

    122 views
  • History of Cameras in the Courts
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    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 television cameras into Federal courts beginning July 1, 1991. A…

    110 views
  • Testing Journalistic Ethics
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    Testing Journalistic Ethics

    This session of the conference, “Celebrating 200 Years of the First Amendment,” focuses on the new frontiers of the First Amendment which relate to journalistic ethics. The panelists discussed recent…

    44 views
  • Media and the Courtroom
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    Media and the Courtroom

    Mr. Dyk, attorney and legal scholar, discussed legal ethics in the use of television in the courtroom. Mr. Dyk advocated the use of electronic media to record courtroom proceedings, saying…

    75 views
  • Supreme Court Preview
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    Supreme Court Preview

    The National Chamber Litigation Center briefed reporters on the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court term. The center is the public policy law firm of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. It represents…

    31 views
  • First Amendment Power  The Indecency Issue
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    First Amendment Power - The Indecency Issue

    The panelists discuss where the first amendment begins and ends and where indecency in broadcasting begins and ends.

    48 views
  • Whats Indecent  Who Decides
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    What's Indecent? Who Decides?

    Complete title is “What’s Indecent? Who Decides? 24 Hour Ban on Indecent Programs.” Some language may be offensive.

    419 views
  • CSPAN Broadcast Cable Interface DC Seminar
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    C-SPAN Broadcast Cable Interface D.C. Seminar