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Anyone with Internet access could watch live video of the Ontario Court of Appeal hearing that exonerated Steven Truscott of a 1950s murder. Despite that initiative – not to mention a decade of Supreme Court of Canada broadcasts, pilot projects in several provinces and the ease of webstreamed video – camera coverage of court proceedings remains the exception, not the rule. But that may be about to change. Dean Jobb reports in The Lawyers Weekly.

Feature
Anyone with Internet access could watch live video of the Ontario Court of Appeal hearing that exonerated Steven Truscott of a 1950s murder. Despite that initiative – not to mention a decade of Supreme Court of Canada broadcasts, pilot projects in several provinces and the ease of webstreamed video – camera coverage of court proceedings remains the exception, not the rule. But that may be about to change. Dean Jobb reports in The Lawyers Weekly.

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