George Floyd Trial: A Historic Moment with Cameras in the Courtroom for the First Time in Minnesota

For the first time in Minnesota’s history, cameras will be allowed in the courtroom to record every minute of the high-profile criminal trial of four Minneapolis Police officers charged in George Floyd's death. The judge in the case, Peter Cahill, cited the public and media's right to see the trial. And, the ongoing pandemic and concerns over social distancing as additional reasons to allow cameras. But there is some pushback on the judges order. Here is my full take on cameras in the courtroom on for the George Floyd trial Tamburino Talks Law:

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