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Media Coverage of High Profile Cases Can Serve Educational Function, says Lynn
U.S. District Judge Barbara Lynn, of Dallas, shared her insights on trying high-profile cases during a Nov. 21 webinar exclusively for ABA members.
“There is a very important educational function that can be served by the press covering judicial proceedings in a way that hopefully brings credit to our system … ,” Lynn said. “With all its flaws, it’s still a remarkable and unique system. Giving the media the information it needs to do a quality job … is a good thing.”