Hey all, I've been reading TPF for a while now, but now that photography has partially become my profession for the summer, I need more specific advice. I searched the forum and around the net for any laws regarding courtroom photography. All I know is that they are some regulations...but I don't know what they are, and this is the first courtroom assignment that a picture is top priority. Does anyone have any experience with courtroom shots, and know laws and ususal rules for in room photos? And anything I can pull declaring my rights at all if I get shut out? Also, the case is a murder trial, and one that has been hidden from the media with no real pictures of the defendant have been released. All I will say about it is that it has some deep racial undertones.