(Nashville, TN) The Tennessee District Attorneys Conference is behind a bill in Tennessee that would require judges allow photos taken of victims in trials.
Right now, a judge is allowed to decide whether a photo can be shown to the jury.
The judge is allowed to decide whether the photo is relevant and not overly prejudicial.
Amy Weirich sent this tweet today, "This bill is proposed by the TN D.A.'s Conference. The bill is in danger of being defeated. Contact your local representatives."