Fair trial-free press; Selected readings. / Edited by Glenn R. Winters.
Chicago : American Judicature Society, 1971.
204 pages ; 26 cm.
American Judicature Society selected readings ; 4.
Formatted Contents Note
The right to a fair trial, by L. S. Powell. First and sixth amendments: can they co-exist? By F. L. Dale. Fair trial free press revisited, by G. J. Tauro. A judge's view: the news media in criminal justice, by J. S. Wright. The free press and a fair trial, by C. V. Royster. Ensuring fair trial and a free press, by J. C. Daly. Fair trial, free press and the man in the middle, by E. J. Younger. What constitutes prejudicial publicity in pending cases? By J. M. LeWine. Controlling prejudicial publicity in criminal trials, by M. R. Wessel. Controlling prejudicial publicity by the contempt power, by J. Scripp. Free press fair trial, by W. R. Smith, Jr. Should special facilities be provided for courtroom photography and broadcasting? By G. J. Helwig. The case for television in the courtroom, by W. B. Monroe, Jr. If there is to be an abridgement of pretrial communication, should it be coupled with an expansion of trial coverage by radio and tel...