How the Pandemic Forced the Chauvin Trial to Open to Cameras


The rules about cameras and other recording devices in courtrooms vary from state to state. Minnesota isn’t usually friendly to them.

In fact, as The Star Tribune editorial board recently wrote, “Until now, Minnesota has been known for its restrictive cameras-in-the-courtroom policies and only allowed audio and video recordings after a guilty plea or a guilty verdict.”

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