A Study of the Freedom of the Press in Conflict with Rights of the Accused
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This paper is divided into three sections and while each section is related as it pertains to the title and subject of the paper, each is also quite distinct. In the first section, a landmark United States Supreme Court decision is presented dealing with the freedom of the press and reporting a criminal trial. The second section deals strictly with a local trial which is now pending appeal. The trial consists of a Grand Haven man accused of five counts of murder. Finally, in section three some time is spent briefly mentioning other free press/fair trial cases which have occurred under the Burger Court.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.Page 35 misnumbered as p. 36.