The Pa. Supreme Court is re-evaluation the long-standing law that forbids cameras in the courtroom. The justices will vote next year on whether to allow limited-access video broadcasts of the court’s proceedings.
A camera has already been set up in the court to record footage for the justices to view as part of the consideration. An Associated Press reports says Chief Justice Ronald Castille has said allowing the access would help educate the public.
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