is it possible to get a fair trial in this day and age in a high visibility crime? Is the media exposure a good thing or a bad thing?
Answer by NotPanicking at 2:25 PM on Aug. 15, 2010
I think in some cases it can be a help for example, the Tonya Craft Trial. Her media attention actually was good. However, in most cases it can be a hindrance. A prime example of this is Richard Jewel in the Centennial Olympic Park bombing. He was a person of interest and it almost ruined his name. He was later exonerated but had he of actually been arrested and gone to trail I don't think he could have gotten a fair trail. There are more people in prison that are not guilty than we would like to admit.
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