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A courtroom sketch is an artistic depiction of the proceedings in a court of law. Many court cases in North America and the UK do not allow cameras into the courtroom, especially those where the case is high-profile and the presence of the media presents a distraction for the court. However, a sketch artist is typically permitted to be present during even the most sensational proceedings,...
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