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Sketches from Leveson

Drawing in the courtroom is prohibited under s41 of the Criminal Justice Act 1925, so broadcasters and newspapers use pastel sketches by talented and specialist artists who draw from memory outside the courtroom. This restriction does not apply to hearings in the Supreme … Continue reading

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Midweek media law mop up: Twitter in court consultation; PCC's Twitter ruling; Twitter in Supreme Court (bored yet?)

On Meeja Law this week: the PCC’s first ruling on newspapers’ republication of tweets; the Lord Chief Justice’s consultation on Twitter in court; and a City Law school blog carnival. Also, the Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism Twitter account … Continue reading

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