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  • Why do we still need courtroom sketch artists?

    Courtroom sketch artists go where cameras cannot. From the "trial of the century" to the O.J. Simpson proceedings and the Supreme Court, trace the court's contentious relationship with cameras and the rise of the sketch.

Why do we still need courtroom sketch artists?

Courtroom sketch artists go where cameras cannot. From the "trial of the century" to the O.J. Simpson proceedings and the Supreme Court, trace the court's contentious relationship with cameras and the rise of the sketch.
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