Media's judgement before Judicial Hearing?

April 19, 2017 3:11am CST
Media brings young talent and make them celebrity. It is a great thing. Is it right? Many media shows victim as criminal. That person were marked as criminal by media but court release them afterwards and declare them as not criminal. But how the victim face the society.He won't get good job and good life. What is the solution for this?
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@JediYoda (1700)
• Samoa
29 May 17
There's always the so called trial by publicity on the part of some media practitioners. The court has the sole power or authority to pass judgment on whether or not a person is guilty or not guilty.
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• India
29 May 17
Yeah...I agree. But now a days real criminals are not guilty for their wrong doings.
@Dollym (3)
21 Apr 17
yes, in today's world 'media' is working just for making 'news' and topics interesting. They don't care whether for that they are spoiling someone's life or making it miserable. They just want publicity at any cost. 'Entertainment' has totally a different definition now a days. People enjoys watching tragedies and other's problems this is the main root for all these mushroom like growing 'channels'.
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@megatron777 (3768)
• Guam
19 Apr 17
Case of conviction by media?
19 Apr 17
Media is actually exaggerating things nowadays.
@shivamani10 (11148)
• Hyderabad, India
19 Apr 17
One of them should be abolished.
19 Apr 17
Yes... On screen they are showing some stolen like that and caught by public. Before giving judgement should analyse at every angle