EXPLORING THE LEGAL MECHANISM OF MEDIA TRIAL (2020)
RAKESH TEWARI JCR. 2020: 1823-1831
The media is often regarded as a key institution in a functional democracy. Many sectors of society rely on various forms of media. When it comes to how individuals in a society react to news, the media may completely alter their perspective. If the media has started a pattern in which it actively supports the defendant's case, then they deserve praise. demonstration of the developing legal framework for media trials and victim protection. The outcome of the trial and the verdict might be impacted by this. Yet, the media do not have the power to decide the outcome of a lawsuit in any jurisdiction. The phrase "media trial" was developed to characterize the generally favorable or bad coverage in the media of an accused person during a case that is still under investigation. Considering the media's vital role in a functioning democracy, it's crucial that outlets maintain objectivity in their reporting.
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