Showing items tagged with 'production order'
6 June 2012: Applications for costs by the NUJ and other media organisations for the judicial review to overturn a production order by Essex Police upheld by the High Court.
The application included the original Crown court costs.
17 May 2012: The NUJ and other media organisations have won the judicial review against the decision by Chelmsford Crown Court to grant the Dale Farm footage production order.
20 April 2012: A hearing on the judicial review against the decision by Chelmsford Crown Court to grant the Dale Farm footage production order has taken place at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
20 April 2012: Parliamentary event hears about threats to protection of journalist sources and materials.
19 March 2012: A preliminary legal decision has allowed the NUJ to proceed to apply for a judicial review of an earlier court decision, granting a Dale Farm production order.
29 February 2012: The NUJ has submitted a legal appeal to challenge a production order forcing journalists, media organisations and broadcasters to submit all their footage to the police.
12 January 2012: Judge Tom Burgess, the Belfast Recorder, decided not to order the BBC to hand over video shot at a Real IRA parade in Derry in April 2011 to the PSNI.
15 December 2011: The Crown Court in Derry has ordered the BBC, UTV and ITN to hand over all unbroadcast television footage relating to disturbances during the Apprentice Boys parade in Derry, last August.
10 December 2011: The chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has begun a legal application to have the BBC and UTV hand over video recordings of rioting in Derry.
23 September 2011: The NUJ has condemned the courts for forcing media organisations to supply riot footage and photographs to the police.