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Federal Courts To Begin First Digital Video Pilot 80

Posted by samzenpus
from the trial-tube dept.
coondoggie writes "Federal district courts have been prohibited from allowing any sort of electronic dissemination of trials since 1946, but that is about to change. Fourteen federal trial courts and 100 judges have been selected to take part in the federal Judiciary's three-year digital video pilot, which will begin July 18 and will go a long way towards determining the effect of cameras in courtrooms."
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Federal Courts To Begin First Digital Video Pilot

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