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Byline: Lisa Scottoline
Apr. 15--I'm cranky about something, and this time it's something that matters. Recently, Justice Anthony Kennedy testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee and argued against cameras in the Supreme Court, saying it would introduce an "insidious temptation" for justices to shape their comments and questions from the bench into sound bites.
Really? Is that the best argument a sitting Supreme Court justice can make for not allowing cameras in the courtroom? That the justices need to be saved from themselves? I think it's time for cameras in the Supreme Court. The question comes down to this: Whose Supreme Court is it, and indeed, whose law? Answer: It's …