Cameras in court will still need to be approved by judges

Elizabeth Cutting from the Scottish Courts Service has said that the historic filming in an Edinburgh court should not be seen as a green light for cameras to be in every court.

There must be very little risk to the 'administration of justice' for cameras to be allowed in courts.

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Murder sentencing film first

David Gilroy was jailed for 18 years at the High Court in Edinburgh for the murder of missing bookkeeper Suzanne Pilley. His sentencing is the first court proceeding to be filmed in UK history.