Cameras didn’t cause big problems in Sheley trial
CHICAGO – A judge’s effort to put cameras inside Cook County courtrooms got a big push from a small western Illinois county.
Observers reported few problems in the just-completed murder trial of Nicholas Sheley in Whiteside County – just the kind of thing the state Supreme Court wanted to hear before it would consider allowing television and still cameras inside courtrooms of the state’s largest county and one of the nation’s largest media markets.
“From all indications, the Sheley trial went well,” said Joseph Tybor, a spokesman for the state Supreme Court.
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