89 Indiana Law Journal 911 (2014)
In a time when more and more criminal trials are saturated in news coverage, media outlets race to get as much information as possible to the public. That access to the criminal justice system is a right protected by the First Amendment. But where does the access stop? This Note explores those limits, and the intersection between the First and Fourth Amendments.
"Beyond the Verdict: Why the Courts Must Protect Jurors From the Public Before, During, and After High-Profile Cases,"
Indiana Law Journal: Vol. 89
, Article 10.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ilj/vol89/iss2/10