Sat, 22 Sep 2012 6:08p.m.
The Justice Minister has agreed to take another look at the use of television cameras in courts.
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30/09/2012 4:56:45 p.m.
helen time wrote:
hay its the minister of gimmicks colins.
27/09/2012 9:15:58 a.m.
Media should be kept out of court. It turns it into a farse. What many people in NZ do not realise is that IF the police THINK they have enough evidence they arrest and that person is placed on bail and assumed guilty until proven innocent. The media is only usful to the crown to create a mob like culture. And oh how easy it is to do that with everyone jumping to all sorts of conclusions based on 30 seconds of a 1-2 week long trial. Media do not give a stuff about the truth they just want to sell news, and negative hype usually does the trick. It is a slippery slope when we make reality tv shows about such serious issues. We are all armchair experts with our 30 seconds of info.
25/09/2012 12:25:35 a.m.
I thought that Judith would have known what behind the law rules and regulation' when she took up employment as a Minister of Police Commissioner..
The camera has been in our court room for a while and the minority would like to see what's happening in the courtroom regardless if you are innocent or before proven guilty..
Its up to the individual to obey the law or their faces would be plublished unless the person incharged are at fault..
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