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Oct 31, 2013

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TV cameras have recorded proceedings in one of the highest courts in England and Wales for the first time.

In the first case to be broadcast, the ringleader of a large-scale scam to forge pound coins failed in his bid to appeal against his seven-year sentence.

Filming at the Court of Appeal followed a partial lifting of the long-standing ban on cameras in court.

Lawyers’ arguments and judges’ comments can appear but defendants, witnesses and victims will not be shown.

Cameras are not yet allowed in crown courts and magistrates’ courts.

Senior judges and major broadcasters welcomed the move, which the head of BBC News said was a “landmark moment”.

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Also, According to the AP:

Some cases will be broadcast with a 70-second delay.