R. Kelly’s Sexual Abuse Trial: Judge Allows Cameras In The Courtroom

Given R. Kelly's standing as a public determine, it is no marvel the plenty have been following his trial with a watchful eye. With the disgraced singer dealing with ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse, a choose has deemed it fair play to open the doorways for digital camera entry. During a listening to that transpired earlier immediately, Cook County Associate Judge Lawrence Flood introduced that he'd be permitting cameras within the courtroom for all subsequent hearings. With the following one set to transpire on March 22nd, count on loads of protection to floor in its wake.

R. Kelly's Sexual Abuse Trial: Judge Allows Cameras In The Courtroom

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There is one caveat, nonetheless, forbidding any nonconsensual footage of Kelly's accusers. As of now, two of the accusers have already claimed they're unwilling to supply permission in that regard. As for Kelly, the self-proclaimed "Pied Piper" didn't attend court docket immediately, although his lawyer was current in his stead. Kelly has pleaded not responsible to the aforementioned prices, and it ought to be fascinating to see how this one performs out. 

On one other observe, Jussie Smollett's ongoing trial is transpiring on the identical courthouse, with a unique choose pondering the benefit of digital camera entry. Should he permit it, count on loads of footage from the Cook County movie star trials. Naturally, we'll preserve you abreast as every respective trial develops.