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i! 1! ‘11 ‘ l! “ ‘1 . .[mwmh’ f’f Kw'tud'ls Lexmgton ““d 9‘61} person is accorded a fair trial.” U-S- Supreme Court has denied h ‘ I adopted a leh
IrIrIII ! I 1 II :1‘ I District Executive Committee Should cameras be permitted in th( to Vi Murphy Color 1do r t hearing; that ”ms mm
51, 1 ‘I1 1 II! 3‘ Chairman, Fred . . . 1 I A . ’ l ; epor er, w 0w”! lh '
IIII III I iliI I News, Liberty ( tit-312$};inilr’irgmiiz’iihgo“"¥’ courtiooin, we are sure that responsible found in contempt of court for refusal loI Ie (llIsIcIretion
1‘ i ! "1&3‘ I Eafis, Lyon County Herald: Eddyyw'llc- SZICIImd. He‘l‘hpilperlnen WI" ink for and respect the reveal a confidential news source Court ! lhwflhp'nOt‘
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II I I: E III I1 ngé Ség‘fi’ C‘dgfiflggfiéifh Cfntral lCity; OI]: 151 If the Jhdge Wthh, themselves “150 has refused to reconsider its recent do I ngIIIlgEsltyt ti
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11 l I ‘ ! Times, LOUiSVflle; Fifth, Frank TgngfmTflriniIhll: s m” L given “‘thhht PrelUdlce- Our “3‘0" Upholdlng censorship of films prior 0th g'18 e
‘1 II ! 1‘» I!!! 1‘ 1 gfmocrati Eedfmd; Sixth, George Trhtter En— "G‘IWP‘IPCI‘S should give this Pledge and not ‘0 Pllhlic showing. ! hefwme m
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_ IIII IIII rII 1 1 Mercury, Carlisle' 3:33;?! gin-en RIhisher, 1 I e. the llldges orders for the sake of A stiff ‘b'll I I Pht I l
I! 1 I I! I Commonwealth, ’Somerseti Niflrg‘le If P In 11%.. sensationalism. While we favor qualified ‘ .el 1 to repeal the Oregon leel - ooIgiap
l!! I 1 I ‘ .Noriés’ Jr" [wependenh Adhland; ferlstahljliiaiir: 1)'Ch‘"“'mki11g in the courtroom, we cannot Correctlon law ‘5 h‘ the “h0pper". New bill I h my VICW 1
III 1‘ ‘ 'I II ' hiELahggeEr‘l’hvggghfihftEh’ipll/lhddllffjrgloiSign!” nhV'iU’s go along with neWSpapers in their I‘I’I’MdelIac: burden 0“ publisher to prove I II: hO‘lISt'I It
II It! I III I Lexington; State-ut—Large, S. ‘C. \llan- €ngsz CII’Y ofI pre]udice” and their selfish defini- d egIec (e amation was un1ntentional,waSI ld\-v t. ls l
11! I 11‘ I ”I: ! (Sltate Journal, Frankfort; Immediate Past Presi: “0“ 0i “freedom of the press." published “71mm“ negligence, that pre- ' 3‘ lOllS lni'lue
!!1 . l!‘ I III 1 FfflfonPaUI Westplieling, Fulton County NgngI scribed retraction was made, and published! the adl'nifliStI
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l : 1 1 u‘ ‘1 K i -_ i g a 6 ltions of newspapers D
II! ;j IlIIIIIs ‘ l‘uncs 5:23:19; ress Servuc, 1m. ON A S A for one day. Proposal shifts traditional re~l tile hands 0f
is“! II! If H I l 151 mmlffgstsenger Bra (1 b T ponsors meudment SPOMibility for mef from plaintiff to news- ! llcnl philosoI
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I}?! II IIII! ‘I George M. \Vilson, First Vice—President n “UT. 0 open Tl’lals TO PUblIC paper. VVG Watch the result with intereSl- I Ivhfltéustlce
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I!!! !‘ !! Ii! ; Landon Wills, Second Vice-President r "‘5 “‘8 s flie .-Oh10 Newspaper Assocmtion is F” ShUW impact of classified ads, the Some new
‘1I II II III-1 . McLean County News, Calhoun .IIponsoiing aI Senate resolution to Provide Cainesville, Georgia, Daily Times putafullI When owner:
III I‘ III II I Victor B, Portinann, Secret mil-Treasurer I(t)Ii .1 Constitutional amendment in that page of classifieds on page One with llleI with Owners!
III II IlIIII 1 Perry J. Ashley, Asst. SecretaNJ-Treasurer 3‘ (if)? \vhicIIh would open all trials to the headline, “Want ads make front page 1 station the
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‘l !! ‘11}:ii “14> Eddyvrlle;-»Maurice K. Hefif);l ghugtihlgfi (action of the resid' CI'llger'ls at the (115- * ’°‘ * ! We have
I-I .I 1:1“ giddlesbgro; Niles O. Dillinghg’rm Progress, tion W) ld "pf hlng ]u ge. The resolu- ants 'Ind sou
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i 113!! ‘1"! 1 man; 30h hayinghelgyclsgllnreréhCIlhunqlrf HICk' Ohio at the \It i bwitesd the people Of \Vheh parents are able to answer the I COurts as we
"l1 '1‘ ‘11 I cers 6x-officio r. . e ym e,- 0ffi- l )Vem 61 regular election. children’s Liest' 't’ ‘ h t the kids sur
51' r I11 1!1 ! l ' Amendments have been offered to exem t . . i (1 10115 1 s a Slgn t a l 0 Can 1
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 weedings and' MARCH, I961 THE KENTUCKY PRESS PAGE ONE ‘
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g judge “3,1333 By JUSTICE WILLIAM DOUGLAS Even federal judges who have life tenure very antithesis of our conception of fair 3
ermining “3,333 There is pressure these days on courts may feel the lash of editorials demanding trials.
id decorum in/ all over the land to put trials and hearings that cases be decided this way or that. \Vhen the famous Communist trial was
:ed to thefacil on radio and television. In one state the In Great Britain and in countries like being held in New York City, a motion was
int fewer and3 radio and TV industry leveled its guns at Pakistan, India, and Australia that follow made to transfer it from the Federal Build- r,
de courtroOms , acourt which had banned those broadcasts. British procedure, an editor will be hauled ing to Madison Square Garden so that the '
3 At fifteen minute intervals there were spot up before the court for contempt if he at- crowds could pack in. That motion was de-
trials shallbe' announcements over the air reminding the tempts to indicate how a case should be nied. Those who sponsored it apparently
1ttend and 03,3 people that “the courts do not belong to decided, if he dramatizes the trial, or if, were interested in making the trial a spec-
such numbers the lmvyers” and urging the listeners to get pending appeal, editorializes the case. tacle.
per conduct 0f3 busy and write the members of the court Sparse comment is indeed all that is tol- New Trial Is Alternative
r tribunal may to change the rule. erated. Spectacles, however, do not comport with
-tionable char3 Others have maintained that “the right That kind of issue has consumed many the quiet dignity and dispassionate search
on whose con— to know" is basic in our liberties and there- pages in American law reports. We, too, for truth which we associate with judicial
or whose pres-3 for-e the courtrooms, investigative hearings, have advocates of the View that the editor proceedings. As John M. Harrison, former 3
'h the fair, or- and all like sessions should be photographed who comments on pending litigation risks Toledo Blade editorial writer now at the . 3: 3 ,
tration of 3115.3 and broadcast. Trials and investigations, it contempt. We have, however, resolved the University of Iowa School of Journalism 3 3
ied that suchl issaid, have educational value to the gen- question differently from England. After put it, . . . “it never was intended that 3 '1 j
iblic generally, era] public; and, it is contended, the general all, we have a written Constitution which freedom of the press should give news- 3 :
am against any3 public should be admitted so that they bet- includes, in terms that are absolute, a guar— papers license to cripple the right of every ,3 ,
3 m understand the operations of their gov- antce of freedom of speech and press. man to a fair trial.” :3 3 .
emment. ‘ The First Amendment was once applic- Passion and public outcry, aided and ‘ 3
3 The sixthamendment guarantees the ac- able only to the Federal Government. But abetted by the press, have at times so pos- 13 3
provide addi- 3 cused a “public trial." And so, the argu- the Fourth Amendment made it applicable scssed a community and its courthouse as 3: 1 ,
:t pay for per, ment goes, everyone who can be reached to the states as well. As the Fourteenth to make the trial a mere mockery 'of justice. 1 .1
nal state bene/ by pictures or by radio or television is in- Amendment provides that no state shall de- When that has happened, a new trial has ' :
ienate amend-t cluded in' “the public” about which the prive a person of “liberty" without “due been granted. 3
;e of 0,4 per’3 Constitution speaks. process of law,” the Court eventually held A mistrial was recently declared for that '- 1
loyers on first. Dissent from Colorado Court that it incorporates the conception of the reason in a widely publicized prosecution ‘ i
3 The Supreme Court of Colorado in 1956 freedoms embraced in the First Amend- of Americans charged with attempting to 3 :1 '
_ 3 3 adopted a report of a referee recommending ment. cause insubordination in our Armed Forces 1 ' ':
.enied hearing; that trials may be televised or broadcast in Free Press, Independent Judiciary in Korea. ‘ 31' 33 :
:rter, who was‘ the discretion of the trial juudge, provided If: as in India, our written Constitution At other times thc press has been the 3; '
for refusal lot it would not in his judgment, “detract from permitted “reasonable” regulation of the vehicle for getting into the jury room .evi- 3‘:3 3 .:
:ource. Couril the dignity thereof, distract the witness in press. we might well say that the judicial dence against the accused which nojudge '333 3 "
“S recent '33 3 giving his teStimOIW, degrade the court, or power includes the punishment of editors “’Ollld admit at the trial. Then a new trial '3' 1'
0f films PI“ 3 otherwise materially interfere with the who through their papers tried to influence has also been granted. As the court in Cop- 33 1
. achievement of a fair trial.” decisions. But sinco our freedom of the pedge "- Unm’d States recently “Oted: a ':'3 ;
Oregon Libej3 1 Photographing or broadcasting of trials prcss includes no such qualification, we newspaper may properly print what jurors 3 33'1 .
aer". New bill 3 in my view impel-ils the fair trial of which have concluded that a free press has the should not know. A defendant, however, is i 31' 1 :1
isher to prove i we boast. It is not dangerous because it is same dignity as an independent judiciary. on trial for a specific crime, and is not to be ' 3 t 11
tentional, was3 new. It is dangerous because of the in- Judges must be sturdy characters. condemned, imprisoned, or executed for 1,1 . 1:
e, that pre. 1 SilellS influences which it puts to work in This exposes them to the rough and what laymen would call his bad character :1 .
and published 3 the administration 0f justice. _ tumble of American life. The alternative of or reputation. ' ‘ :
)f newspapersl Newspapers, radio, and television are 1“ putting the press under the thumb of the Judges Make, Enforce Rules 1
traditional re. '3'8 hands 0f men who have their own POli‘ judges would be a break with the First Rules of evidence are designed to narrow ‘ . 1
intiff to news- 3 "0'" philosophy and their own ideas as to Amendment rights. the issues and protect an accused against :3 '.
with interest. 3Vhatl113tice i5 and how it should be admin- We have made our choice, refusing to prejudice. Judges, not newspaper reporters, 3
3 lstered. sacrifice freedom of press to the whims of fashion and supervise those rules. 3
,fied ads, the 3 Some neWSPQPeTS dominate a community; judges. We know that judges as well as At other times the papers may so beat the 33 '3
mes put afull ' when OWnership 0f the paper is combined editors can be tyrants. drums of prejudice and passion as to make 3 3
One With the3 With OWHeI‘ShiP 0f the radio and television This is not to say that the influence of it doubtful whether a trial in the local ' 3
3 front page " Station, the community may become satu- newspapers on trials should go unnoticed. courthouse can be fair to a particular de- 1 3 1
«as shifted to 1 rated with one point of view. At times the papers can help arouse pas— fendant. Local feelings may run so high as i
3 Pressures on Elected Judge sions in a community so that no trial can to necessitate a change in venue or a con- 3 1' 3 '
3 We have had publishers who were tyr- be a fair one. The courtroom by our tradi- tinuance to allow emotions to subside. 3 ':
“His and sought to impose their will on the tions is a quiet place where the search for The point is that our remedy for exces- 31:
9 answer the l “OUI'tS as well as on the people. This pres- truth by earnest, dedicated men goes on in sive comment by the press is not the pun- 1
that the kids 3 sure can be serious when judges are a dignified atmosphere. ishmcnt of editors, but the granting of new 5
1 elected—as they are in about three-quarters The trials recently held in Cuba at 3. trials, changes in venue, or continuances to 1 13
i of our states. stadium filled with hooting people are the parties who are prejudiced. ' ' ' ' 1 3 3
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