Judicial Proceedings - Access - Use of Cameras
See also:Cameras in Court

Courtroom cameras inform the public dialogueSeptember 2012 (36:9), p.The back page

Cameras roll in new federal court experiment October 2011 (35:10), The Back Page

Federal judges approve pilot camera study November 2010 (34:11), p. 3

Judge allows cameras at trial (Atlanta) January 2007 (31:1), p. 3

Justices reject camera limitations (Tallahassee) December 2005 (29:12), p. 2

Bill would allow cameras in U.S. Supreme Court (Washington) November 2005 (29:11) p. 3

Florida Supreme Court discusses stricter rules for cameras in court (Tallahassee) August 2005 (29:8), p. 2

Legislation would allow recording devices in the federal system (Washington) June 2005 (29:6), p. 2

Judge won't force media to hide names, faces (West Palm Beach), July 2001 (25:7), p. 4

Tennis star's hearing ruled open to public (Miami), March 2001 (25:3), p. 5

Requests to keep cameras from courtrooms denied (Miami), June 1998 (22:6), p. 3

Judge kicks cameras out of courtroom in two trials (Ft. Pierce), December 1997 (21:12), p. 1

Cameras permitted at gang beating trial (West Palm Beach), October 1996 (20:10), p. 1

Trial not prejudiced by publicity or cameras (Tallahassee), June 1996 (20:6), p. 1

Judge releases media guidelines (Tampa), April 1996 (20:4), p. 1

Judge refuses to remove camera from sentencing phase of trial (Milton), October 1995 (19:10), p. 3

Camera denied access to trial in progress (Jacksonville), October 1995 (19:10), p. 1

Judge bans cameras from murder trial (Pensacola), March 1995 (19:3), p. 3

St. Pete Times gets court in camera transcripts, December 1994 (18:12), p. 1

Rolling media committee meets to plan coverage (Gainesville), November 1993 (17:10), p. 3

Judge bars juror ID in Griffin trial (Pensacola), October 1993 (17:9), p. 1

Judge refuses to ban courtroom cameras (West Palm Beach), December 1991-January 1992 (16:1), p. 3

Discretion to allow cameras upheld (Miami), February 1991 (15:2), p. 3

Courtroom cameras: Florida at center stage (analysis by S.L. Alexander), May 1989 (13:5), p. 4

Judge relents on TV camera ban in West Palm Beach murder case, January-February 1987 (11:1), p. 2

FSU law dean asks Rehnquist to try cameras in U.S. Supreme Court, November 1986 (10:9), p. 3

Flashbulb incident in courtroom spurs judge to reaffirm standards, April 1986 (10:3), p. 3

Dade county ‘zooming in’ on video in justice system, January- February 1986 (10:1), p. 2