MN Supreme Court Hears Arguments At Edison H.S.Minnesota's seven Supreme Court justices held court inside Edison High School in Minneapolis Monday, where the judges heard arguments from attorneys about an appeal in a real murder case.
Panel Finds No Problems In Camera In Court TestAn advisory panel says it found no problems during a pilot project allowing cameras in some Minnesota courtrooms, and that the state Supreme Court should consider extending the project or making it permanent.
Raw Milk Trial Underway In MinneapolisA Hennepin County courtroom is a long way from the dairy herds of central Minnesota. But it's where the issue of food safety hangs in the balance with consumers rights. Specifically, it’s about farmer's right to sell raw milk to members of a co-op or “private” food club.
Inside The Courtroom: A $6 Million Wrongful Death LawsuitA Ramsey County Judge will soon decide if a $6 million civil judgement will stand against a man suspected in the death of his girlfriend some 31 years ago. WCCO-TV cameras were there as part of a pilot program.
Good Question: Why Aren’t Cameras In Minnesota Courts?From George Zimmerman, to Casey Anthony to O.J. Simpson, we're captivated by real-life courtroom drama. Thirty-six states allow nearly full access for still and video cameras in the courts. So why isn't Minnesota in that group?
House Passes Bill To Let Attorneys Carry Guns The Minnesota House has passed two bills that would increase personal security for county attorneys, including one that would let them carry guns.
Minn. Judge Reassigned After Demanding More SecurityA Minnesota judge who demanded more security in some suburban courtrooms has been reassigned, according to Hennepin County.
Hennepin Co. Judge Demands More Courtroom Security A Hennepin County judge wants more security in the courtroom. Until he gets it, Judge Lloyd Zimmerman says he won't hear cases at three suburban courthouses.
Minn. To Allow Cameras In Some Civil CasesCameras will be allowed to cover civil cases in Minnesota courtrooms under a new order from the state Supreme Court.