Cameras In Court

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Northern Ireland's justice minister Naomi Long has said she is "open to a discussion" on the broadcasting of court proceedings following the announcement of a pilot scheme. The Lady Chief Justice, Dame Siobhan Keegan, last week announced plans to let broadcasters film, but not air, the handing-down

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Broadcasters will be allowed to film — but not air — the handing-down of judgments in Northern Ireland's Court of Appeal as part of a pilot programme commencing today. While there is a long-standing prohibition on the filming of court proceedings in Northern Ireland under law, the Lady C

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Northern Ireland could soon follow other UK jurisdictions in allowing judges to be filmed and broadcasted handing down decisions in the superior courts. A pilot scheme could begin as soon as this autumn, the Lady Chief Justice of Northern Ireland announced yesterday in her address marking the openin

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Draft legislation has been laid before Parliament to allow cameras in courts in England and Wales for the first time. The Crown Court (Recording and Broadcasting) Order 2020 will allow cameras to broadcast the sentencing remarks of High Court and senior circuit judges in some of the most high-profil

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