Ep.41 – Criminal Justice and the Media: Covering Trials -- This is a Special Edition of The Criminal Docket. NACDL recently produced Criminal Justice and the Media, a three-part series exploring how journalists can effectively inform the public on what is one of the most important, dynamic and omnipresent forces in American society. Some of the finest journalists in the country joined with NACDL to create this exciting series. This episode of The Criminal Docket is the audio of part two of the series. In it, NACDL member and prominent New York criminal trial lawyer Susan J. Walsh, partner at the law firm of Vladeck, Waldman, Elias & Engelhard, P.C., has an in-depth discussion on covering criminal trials with Linda Deutsch, who has covered trials for nearly 50 years for the Associated Press and is co-author of Covering the Courts: An Associated Press Manual for Reporters. NACDL gratefully acknowledges the Park Foundation and the Foundation for Criminal Justice for their support of this project. Learn more about NACDL. Ivan J. Dominguez, host; Isaac Kramer, production assistant; Steven Logan, production supervisor. Music West Bank (Lezet) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 and Walkabout (Digital Primitives) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0.
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