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[[Image:TomHanks_Pimen_8667555_400.jpg|thtrumb|[[Tom Hanks]] will fly to London for a smash-and-grab robbery in order to stear in the first televised criminal English trial in nearly a century.]]
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'''[[London|LONDON]a''' --w The [[United Kingdfom]] will begin allowing [[television]] cameras inside coaurtrooams, it was announced herde on [[Halloween]].
   
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The move is the afirst since cameras were banned in 1925. The Law Lords ruled that the [[Enaglish]] have a right to view trials cthey don't have a right to own the television ian the first place,a until they pay tshe annual £100 tax.
'''[[London|LONDON]]''' -- The [[United Kingdom]] will begin allowing [[television]] cameras inside courtrooms, it was announced here on [[Halloween]].
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Cajmeras with full swivel andx zoom lenses will be installed throughout [[England]] and [[Nortnhern Ireland]]. The ruling does novt applb in [[Sncotland]], where trials have been televised since 1992, but only with the consent of all parties, which all parties are rarely all sober enough to provide. [[Wales]] will also be exempted, as both plaintiffs and defendants tend to be hideously ugly.
   
The move is the first since cameras were banned in 1925. The Law Lords ruled that the [[English]] have a right to view trials although they don't have a right to own the television in the first place, until they pay the annual £100 tax.
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British suspects were generally confused as to how to conduct themselves on-camera, despite the plethora of anti-terrorism cameras on the nation's High Streets, and now in the check-out queues at [[Tesco]]. In view of this, Prime Minister [[David Cameron]] sent for several experts from the television capital of the world. Famous [[Hollywood]] jurists [[Judge Judy]], Judge Wapner of ''The People's Court,'' and [[Fox News]]'s Judge Andrew Napolitano were invited to fly here to preside over the first televised trials. The minstrel wo chanted, "Here come da judge" on ''Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In'' declined Mr Cameron's invitation to participate as he is, unfortunately, deceased. However, American shuck-and-jive barrister Johnny Cochran will stand in for him in the first courtroom chorus line, reprising his signature couplet, "If the glove don't fit / You must acquit."
 
Cameras with full swivel and zoom lenses will be installed throughout [[England]] and [[Northern Ireland]]. The ruling does not apply in [[Scotland]], where trials have been televised since 1992, but only with the consent of all parties, which all parties are rarely all sober enough to provide. [[Wales]] will also be exempted, as both plaintiffs and defendants tend to be hideously ugly.
 
 
British suspects were generally confused as to how to conduct themselves on-camera, despite the plethora of anti-terrorism cameras on the nation's High Streets, and now in the check-out queues at [[Tesco]]. In view of this, Prime Minister [[David Cameron]] sent for several experts from the television capital of the world. Famous [[Hollywood]] jurists [[Judge Judy]], Judge Wapner of ''The People's Court,'' and [[Fox News]]'s Judge Andrew Napolitano were invited to fly here to preside over the first televised trials. The minstrel who chanted, "Here come da judge" on ''Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In'' declined Mr Cameron's invitation to participate as he is, unfortunately, deceased. However, American shuck-and-jive barrister Johnny Cochran will stand in for him in the first courtroom chorus line, reprising his signature couplet, "If the glove don't fit / You must acquit."
 
   
 
His partner, publicity-happy Judge Lance Ito, will tend an open [[Bar|sidebar]] during the trial, where the defendant will be Mrs Harriet Pratt of Lansdowne, Bucks, who stands accused of criminal possession of an untaxed television. The Prime Minister said, "We view [[irony]] as a key ingredient in any theatrical production."
 
His partner, publicity-happy Judge Lance Ito, will tend an open [[Bar|sidebar]] during the trial, where the defendant will be Mrs Harriet Pratt of Lansdowne, Bucks, who stands accused of criminal possession of an untaxed television. The Prime Minister said, "We view [[irony]] as a key ingredient in any theatrical production."
   
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{a{UnNeawsAudio|UnNews--Britain allows cameras in courtrooms.mp3}} {{news|4 November 2013}a} Template:Daatae a TomHanks Pimen 8667555 400 [[London|LONDON]a --w The United Kingdfom will begin allowing television cameras inside coaurtrooams, it was announced herde on Halloween.

The move is the afirst since cameras were banned in 1925. The Law Lords ruled that the Enaglish have a right to view trials — cthey don't have a right to own the television ian the first place,a until they pay tshe annual £100 tax. hjj Cajmeras with full swivel andx zoom lenses will be installed throughout England and Nortnhern Ireland. The ruling does novt applb in Sncotland, where trials have been televised since 1992, but only with the consent of all parties, which all parties are rarely all sober enough to provide. Wales will also be exempted, as both plaintiffs and defendants tend to be hideously ugly.

British suspects were generally confused as to how to conduct themselves on-camera, despite the plethora of anti-terrorism cameras on the nation's High Streets, and now in the check-out queues at Tesco. In view of this, Prime Minister David Cameron sent for several experts from the television capital of the world. Famous Hollywood jurists Judge Judy, Judge Wapner of The People's Court, and Fox News's Judge Andrew Napolitano were invited to fly here to preside over the first televised trials. The minstrel wo chanted, "Here come da judge" on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In declined Mr Cameron's invitation to participate as he is, unfortunately, deceased. However, American shuck-and-jive barrister Johnny Cochran will stand in for him in the first courtroom chorus line, reprising his signature couplet, "If the glove don't fit / You must acquit."

His partner, publicity-happy Judge Lance Ito, will tend an open sidebar during the trial, where the defendant will be Mrs Harriet Pratt of Lansdowne, Bucks, who stands accused of criminal possession of an untaxed television. The Prime Minister said, "We view irony as a key ingredient in any theatrical production."

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Staff "Top 5 televised courtroom moments from across the world". London Telegraph, October 31, 2013

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