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   Cameras inside courts; ‘Judge Judy’ meets OJ…or cameras just focused on court officials & stuffy magistrates?

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011  |  7 comments  |  admin

Gawd…such a programme would be h-e-a-v-e-n in a wild flower for Y!A CE UK – if it indeed was ‘crimetime primetime’, which I suppose in 2011…is anytime, brother. Think of ITV2/3/4. Sky1/2 etc. What kind of case would be first in the queue…and how long before some start to become a wee bit Kavanagh QC-ish, with (CE ultimate dream) half of Peckham/Tottenham/Brixton ‘…in and out of Wandsworth with their numbers on their names.’ And as time goes on, even judges’ll discard their Oxbridge aura and employ services of camp touch-up merchants
Would the more salacious, and more appealing to, well…people who claim to be moral (yes – you, me and aunty Heather) be shown, thus getting more viewers – and more important cases like family violence and cases which are just a wee bit too brain testing for us simpletons are thrown in the box for late night viewing for the BBC2/C4 crew – or even worse, just given 2 or so minutes towards the end of the programme itself alongside other ‘less important cases’ (aka ones which were not ‘sexy’ enough)?

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