Judges and the Media
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This paper presents an in-depth examination of the controversy surrounding judicial discretion in relation to the media. The paper examines this long standing debate, which involves such issues as judges allowing media in the courtroom. Additionally, it shows the consequences of this decision, such as how it can impact the defendant's lives. Other factors with regard to judges and the media are explored, both positive and negative. The paper concludes by stating that when one person has the ultimate authority to adversely impact anyone in society simply because he or she chooses to do so, that person has gained too much control over his or her community.
From the Paper:"The issue of judicial discretion in relation to the media has long been a source of debate. Judges that have the power to allow media in the courtroom also have the power of impacting society, defendant's lives and the manner in which society views the judicial system. These factors are both positive and negative elements in regard to the issue; however, they also lead to one critical conclusion. That is that when one person has the ultimate authority to adversely impact anyone in society simply because he or she chooses to do so, that person has gained too much control over his or her community. This is because the determining factor in the decision..."
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