Hughes quoted in Business First article about cameras in the courtroom
Bradfield Hughes, a partner in Porter Wright's Litigation Department in Columbus, Ohio, was interviewed for and quoted in the article "Cameras in the courtroom: Thoughts from Ohio judges and attorneys" published Dec. 16 at bizjournals.com. The article discusses how the judicial branch of government lags the other two in having its proceedings broadcast on television.
From Columbus Business First, Tami Kamin Meyer reporting:
"Even lawyers who don’t make their living in courtrooms support cameras’ presence there. Brad Hughes, whose work at Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP focuses on public utilities and appellate law, served as a clerk for former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Deborah Cook before the videotaping of oral arguments in the state’s highest court was routine. Hughes supports the concept of cameras in the courtroom, saying their presence makes the law 'that much more accessible' to the public."
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