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TV cameras provide a valuable window on justice

When Victorian County Court chief judge Peter Kidd delivered his sentencing of Cardinal George Pell he did so to a worldwide television audience.

He decided because of the overwhelming public interest in the case he would allow television cameras and radio microphones into his court.

Queensland courts allow cameras in on occasion and the Queensland Law Society president Bill Potts tells Mark he’d like to see cameras given more access.

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