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Cameras in every court: how Zoom trials have affected the open court principle

While virtual trials theoretically let public and media easily attend, limitations remain

Cameras in every court: how Zoom trials have affected the open court principle

Before the pandemic, media advocates argued that cameras in the courts would improve the public understanding of the justice system. With Zoom trials now the norm, cameras have entered virtually every courtroom.

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