Indiana’s Delphi Murders Trial: Will it be Televised? Lawyers Advocate for On-Air Transparency


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DELPHI, Ind. – The attorneys representing the suspect in the infamous Delphi murders are pushing for a televised trial. Brad Rozzi and Andrew Baldwin, legal counsel for Richard Allen, filed a request Thursday urging Special Judge Fran Gull to permit cameras in the courtroom. They argue that broadcasting the proceedings would ensure “transparency” and educate the public about the nuances of the judicial process.

Allen, accused of the 2017 murders of Abigail Williams and Liberty German, was arrested nearly a year ago. The push for televised proceedings comes as Indiana grapples with media access in the courtroom. Although the state permitted media coverage in courtrooms starting May 1, the final decision rests with individual judges. Judge Gull, known to have allowed media during a trial last year, has yet to permit live broadcasts for Allen’s case.

The much-anticipated trial is slated to begin in January 2024.


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