For the majority of us who don’t work in jobs related to the criminal justice system or who haven’t chosen to become court watchers in our spare time, courtrooms can seem like an alien and impenetrable place. Jamelle Wells’ memoir, The Court Reporter looks set to change all that. This senior court reporter has had a distinguished career in the media and has worked on the court round at the ABC filing reports for various mediums for the past decade. She draws on her rich experiences here and the result is an eye-opening and frank look at the NSW justice system.
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