Does The High Profile Status Of A Criminal Case Affect Investigators' Decisions?

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5 pages in length. Media coverage has historically proven to be both a blessing and a curse where the judicial system is concerned. The extent to which print, radio and television reporting serve to inform the public as the trial progresses is both grand and far-reaching; that a fine line separates the beneficial element of such coverage from the one detrimental to investigators' decisions speaks to the inherent disadvantage to a criminal case having a high profile status. Bibliography lists 6 sources.