Fair-trial/free-press standards proposed

March 1978
American Bar Association Journal;Mar1978, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p325
Academic Journal
Reports on the proposed fair-trial and free-press standards unveiled at the meeting of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Association Communications. Freedom for lawyers to comment freely on pending cases; Provisions for news coverage of court trials.


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