Cameras In The Supreme Court … In London

This BBC story about a U.K. Supreme Court ruling includes TV footage of the chief justice reading a summary of the court’s opinion. As readers are aware, the U.S. Supreme Court allows no cameras in the courtroom at any time.

Are you watching, Chief Justice Roberts and company?

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Lawrence Hurley

Reporter based in Washington

One thought on “Cameras In The Supreme Court … In London”

  1. Why have cameras in the court? I don’t think it actually adds anything to the process. Media outlets have a way of editing footage that makes everything somewhat salacious when it actually isn’t.

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