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April 23, 2009

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PatG

So if the public can see how the Supreme Court operates during oral argument it will lose respect for the court???

Dave G

The court already IS transparent, by its very nature, and has been for the last 200 some odd years. It publishes opinions and holds argument in open court. That's more than many nations can say. Where does this notion come from that unless something is available to anyone anywhere in the world at any time, its not transparent? I believe the justices are right in their hesitation--what empirical data is there that having U.S. SUPREME COURT arguments on youtube would enhance respect and appreciation for the law, rather than cheapen one of the few remaining hallowed institutions in our nation?

la savante

Rumor has it that Souter, who’s been an outspoken opponent of cameras in the Supreme Court, is retiring at the end of this term. He probably expects that there will be cameras there next term.

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