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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