Natalie Frels’ editorial in these pages several weeks ago was a look at our jury system. The gist of her comments was that reporters have to exercise caution in reporting crimes. Too much information could affect the process of seating 12 unbiased jurors.

Today, prior information about a crime that is on trial may be the lesser of two problems faced by prosecutors and defense counsel. A more serious concern is TV.

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