3 Comm. & L. 35 (1981)
Television in the Courtroom - Limited Benefits, Vital Risks - Educational Conference - Presented by Allied Educational Foundation - September 16, 1980

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Television in the Courtroom -
Limited Benefits, Vital Risks?
Educational Conference
Presented by Allied Educational Foundation
September 16, 1980
GEORGE BARASCH, Chairman
HONORABLE EDWARD THOMPSON,
Moderator
Speakers:      James Goodale
Former General Counsel for
The New York Times
Herald Price Fahringer
Criminal Defense Attorney
Questions: The Audience
Conclusion: Moderator
MR. BARASCH: The Honorable Edward Thompson, The Honorable
Francis T. Murphy, James Goodale, Herald Fahringer, Honorable Stanley
Steingut, Honorable Abraham D. Beame, Distinguished Members of the
Judiciary, Ladies and Gentlemen: It is my privilege to welcome you all to
this timely conference which is another in a series we have projected for
your consideration and judgment.
Regardless of the ultimate legal decision, the subject which we are about
to discuss, is likely to continue in an area of controversy and is bound to
simmer and flare periodically in the years ahead.
. The formulation of a sound, balanced policy on televising judicial trials
is at once difficult, elusive and beset by some basic contradictions, since it
involves not only public education but also deep public passion. There is lit-

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