In and Out a Courtroom

These photographs were taken outside London courts at the beginning of, or during a trail, (unless otherwise stated) all persons shown should be assumed innocent until proven guilty.

Most pictures were destined for tabloid newspapers to accompany stories about people accused of wrongdoing, where the ‘story’ was far more important than whether a person was later found innocent or guilty of their crime.

The tabloids are obsessed with the premise and mental imagery of accusation and when people are not found not guilty (unless it is a travesty of justice or a famous person), the news is rarely reported.

Ben Graville

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