Court Reporting, A Handbook for Journalists

Date: January 1, 1970
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Reports in the mass media on proceedings in the courts are confusing. Articles are steeped in unexplained legal terms yet we cannot escape the law as they inevitably govern our lives. It is therefore apparent that the public needs to know and understand at least the basics of legal problems in order to be able to judge them, form opinions of them and voice these accordingly. This job falls on the media and this handbook aims to help in this effort.

ISBN: 9966-9632-1-9
Publisher: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and African Women and Cild Feature Service
Year of Publication: 1998

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