Two Accused: Chronicle of a Rape Trial
From the 5-part series That Delicate Balance II: Our Bill of Rights (1992)

Does our judicial system have the ability to guarantee a fair trial to a defendant in a well-publicized criminal case? In this hypothetical high-profile rape case, Moderator Kathleen Sullivan and a distinguished panel explore questions on press access to information, gag rules, rape shield laws and other constitutional issues that pit free speech and a free press against the right to a fair trial by an impartial jury. Panelists include: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia; Brendan Sullivan, attorney; Linda Fairstein, sex crimes prosecutor; Anna Quindlen, The New York Times; and Stephen Gillers, New York University Law Professor.

Funders: The Florence and John Schumann Foundation, American Bar Association, Corporation for Public Broadcasting