Justice and Journalism
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Supreme Court justice: Judges, reporters share same goals
Stephen Breyer tells gathering of U.S., international judges and journalists that they are like siblings who fight but still need each other.
Judges, journalists need not be antagonists, says Kentucky chief justice
Joseph E. Lambert says he'll create committee to re-evaluate rule that allows judges to limit number, types of cameras in courtrooms.
Mississippi panel to look at cameras in courtrooms
State high court justice plans to take broader look at news media access, press-judiciary relations.
Judges, journalists get down to brass tacks of communication
First Amendment Center conference at Northwestern University probes problems of access, accuracy, trust in courtroom news coverage.
Judges, journalists must find way to work together, panelists agree
'We need more interaction between the press and the legal profession,' judge tells conference sponsored by Tennessee Bar Association, First Amendment Center.
N.C. judges, journalists form news media-courts forum
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — State Supreme Court Chief Justice Henry Frye announced yesterday the establishment of a 40-member news media and courts forum that will explore the sometimes conflicting needs of reporters and the courts.
Judges, journalists meet to mend breakdown in communication
ARLINGTON, Va. Judges and journalists agreed yesterday they rely on each other to bring stories about court cases to the public, but said there had been a breakdown in communication between the two groups.