Inferior court decision

September 1996
Broadcasting & Cable;9/2/96, Vol. 126 Issue 37, p86
Editorial. Focuses on the decision of Los Angeles, California Superior Court Judge Hiroshi Fujisaki to ban television cameras at the civil trial of celebrity O.J. Simpson. Lack of need for the ban; Issue on the irresponsibility of media regarding accurate presentation of trial broadcasts.


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