@Mammmood - That’s an interesting and useful analysis. I think we forgot that in our criminal system you are innocent until proven guilty.
Yes, we hear news reporters talk about someone “allegedly” committing a crime, but media publicity usually makes that person appear already guilty in the eyes of the public.
For that reason, I’ve long believed that we shouldn’t have cameras in the courtroom, especially in high profile cases. Cameras turn the whole courtroom process into a soap opera, and the public forms its opinions, with television commentators abetting them. They've usually turned the suspects into culprits before the jury has convened.