Media Argue For Cameras In Jackson Arraignment

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News organizations are asking a judge in Santa Barbara County, Ca., to reconsider his ruling banning cameras from the courtroom during Michael Jackson’s arraignment tomorrow on child molestation charges. The Los Angeles Times says media attorneys argue that live coverage is “vital” to show the public what happens in the courtroom. Boutrous argued that cameras
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