Cameras Flick On In Minnesota's Criminal CourtroomsA pilot project allowing cameras in some criminal court hearings has begun in Minnesota district courts. The project that began Tuesday is limited to hearings that take place after a defendant is convicted in certain types of cases.
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?
Good Question: When Is The Evidence Good Enough?Prosecutors in Florida had a pile of circumstantial evidence that led many to believe that Casey Anthony was guilty of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. However, a jury found her not guilty. So, what kind of evidence is enough?
Pilot Program Allows Cameras In Some Minn. CourtsA pilot project has begun that will allow Minnesotans a closer look at what goes on in some courtrooms.