The public wants more access to the judicial system. In the past few years, states have responded by allowing more cameras into more courtroom proceedings. But federal courts have been slower to make change.
Following our story last week, "Cameras and 'Making a Murderer", The Crime Report asked readers: "Should cameras be given unrestricted access to all phases of a courtroom trial?"
Some 63 percent responded "Yes." 24 percent responded "No." The remainder submitted comments only, with many of those . . .
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