Why arent cameras allowed at the supreme court again the reason why cameras are prohibited in the courtroom goes back to 1946 when the court put into place federal 2019 by the atlantic . Us supreme court policies and perspectives on video and audio coverage of appellate court proceedings why gao did this study the us supreme court the highest appellate court in the country hears high interest cases potentially affecting millions the court generally hears oral arguments for these cases which are open to the public. About federal courts the us courts were created under article iii of the constitution to administer justice fairly and impartially within the jurisdiction established by the constitution and congress. To the admissibility of digital photographs as evidence although many in the legal community rightfully suggest that digital photographs are subject to abuses to alleviate those fears law enforcement agencies should attempt to establish standard operating procedures that at least include the preservation of and account. Gao obtained information from administrative officials in 8 courts selected based on video and audio policies and perspectives on the benefits of and concerns with coverage from 1 16 judges in 6 of these courts and 9 attorneys in 5 of these courts and 2 the pio of the us supreme court and 4 attorneys who have argued before the court
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