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Journalists Banned From Using Cameras, Cellphones in Courthouse During President Trump’s Arraignment


Journalists covering former President Donald Trump’s upcoming arraignment in Miami are banned from bringing cellphones and other electronic equipment into the courtroom, the chief district judge of the Florida federal court ruled on June 12, shortly after a separate judge ruled that the case will not be televised. The ban covers all news reporters and other members of the media who will be present inside the Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr. United States Courthouse in Miami on June 13, Judge Cecilia Altonaga said in her ruling on Monday.   *** “Why aren’t we seeing Trump trial on television? Alan Dershowitz” Trump…

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