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Media coverage in criminal justice cases : what prosecutors and defenders should and should not say

Author: Andrew E Taslitz; American Bar Association. Section of Criminal Justice,
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section, [2013] ©2013
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"Even the most ordinary, run-of-the-mill case can find its way into the news, perhaps because the news day is slow, the town where the event occurs small, or the events highlight some category of human tragedy in which the media has recently taken an interest. Add to the mix the case commentaries that thrive in social media, blogs, or electronic chat boards, and suddenly the media management concerns become  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew E Taslitz; American Bar Association. Section of Criminal Justice,
ISBN: 9781627221511 1627221514
OCLC Number: 851642809
Description: xx, 353 pages : forms ; 23 cm
Contents: Defense perspective on media and the court of public opinion / Kendall Coffey --
Working with public relations experts in high-profile criminal cases / James F. Haggerty --
Ethics : criminal practice and the media / Peter A. Joy and Kevin C. McMunigal --
A criminal practitioner's guide to the media in client representation / Bryan L. Adamson --
Media impact on trial by jury / Neil Vidmar --
Law professors / Laurie L. Levenson.
Responsibility: Andrew E. Taslitz, editor.

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"Even the most ordinary, run-of-the-mill case can find its way into the news, perhaps because the news day is slow, the town where the event occurs small, or the events highlight some category of human tragedy in which the media has recently taken an interest. Add to the mix the case commentaries that thrive in social media, blogs, or electronic chat boards, and suddenly the media management concerns become burdensome. Yet most lawyers learn to manage the media-communications relationship more by trial and error rather than through reflection and training. Media Coverage in Criminal Justice Cases : What Prosecutors and Defenders Should and Should Not Say aims to assist attorneys by outlining the major media issues facing criminal lawyers - and by offering guidelines for managing those issues"--Page [4] of cover.

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