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American Bar Association Convention / Cameras In Court #262056

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 12, 1979
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(Studio) American Bar Association leaders recommendation that ban on cameras and recording equipment in court be dropped reported American Bar Association convention delegates' rejection of measure at Atlanta meeting noted.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Atlanta, Georgia) Media event made of Bruno Hauptmann's trial on chgs. of kidnapping Lindbergh baby said to have been reason for ABA's ban on cameras and recording equipment in court Films shown. Incr. in number of states allowing television cameras in court noted. [Chicago attorney Barnabas SEARS - comments.] [DC attorney James BIEREOWER - comments.] [DC attorney Lee LOEVINGER - comments.] [Presiding ofr. American Bar Association conv., John SHEPERD - calls for vote.]
REPORTER: Fred Graham

Graham, Fred;
Mudd, Roger

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