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IL Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas Kilbride '81 Approves More Cameras in IL Courtrooms

Wednesday, March 21, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas L. Kilbride, '81, and 3rd Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Ann Callis have announced that still and video cameras will be allowed in court proceedings in Madison County, IL.

"I congratulate Chief Judge Callis for moving her circuit forward in this experimental program," Kilbride said. He noted Madison County is close to St. Louis area television stations, which have experience recording court functions in Missouri, where cameras already are allowed in courtrooms.

Read more:
Belleville News-Democrat, "Cameras in Madison County courtrooms will let citizens 'see how the system works'"
The Telegraph, "State's top court OKs cameras for local courtrooms"
St.Louis Post-Dispatch, "High court allows news cameras in Madison County courts"
The Beacon-News, "Will allowing cameras in court improve justice or pervert it?"
The Pantagraph, "State bar president advocates cameras in courtrooms"
WIFR, "Supreme Court Approves Cameras for Courts in Five More Illinois Counties"
Daily Chronicle, "Five more Ill. counties to get cameras in courtrooms"

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