Judge to Allow Cameras in Courtroom if Trump Indicted

On Monday, a Superior Court Judge in Fulton County confirmed that if an indictment occurs against former President Donald Trump, the event will be open for video and photo coverage.

Overseeing grand jury proceedings at the Fulton County Courthouse this week, Judge Robert McBurney conveyed this information before beginning a different case.

“When the grand jury issues an indictment, typically in the afternoon, recording and photography are permitted,” McBurney informed the attendees, which included the media and general public. The judge did not specifically name Trump in his statement.

Nearby, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis engaged with a grand jury. This specific grand jury convenes solely on Mondays and Tuesdays, igniting rumors that an indictment directed at Trump might emerge on Tuesday.

Notably, the two previous indictments against Trump, overseen by special counsel Jack Smith in Washington, D.C., and Florida, excluded camera presence due to constraints at the federal courthouses.