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Television crews will be allowed into Crown courts to broadcast judges’ sentencing remarks under draft legislation to be laid by the government today.

The Crown Court (Recording and Broadcasting) Order 2020 will permit the sentencing remarks of High Court and senior circuit judges in certain criminal cases to be filmed and broadcast to the public. This is the first time cameras will be allowed in Crown courts in England and Wales. Some Court of Appeal and Supreme Court cases are already live-streamed. 

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