High Court holds live audio pilot broadcast of proceedings

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September 9, 2014 19:19

 
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The High Court of Justice on Tuesday permitted a first live audio broadcast of one of its proceedings as part of a pilot program to increase transparency and public faith in the courts.


A seven justice panel heard oral arguments over to what extent criminal manslaughter could be imposed on a defendant in the context of the death of an individual during a non-authorized car race.


It was unclear how the courts would proceed with further live audio broadcasts following the pilot broadcast.

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