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The trial of George Zimmerman has not only made news, it has also made for must-see daytime TV These days, cameras inside the courtroom routinely make stars out judges, lawyers and witnesses, But is that a good thing? Host Jacki Lyden talks to the lead prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson trial, Marcia Clark, about how the spotlight affects a courtroom.
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