Should All Court Proceedings Be Televised or Streamable?

A lot of people have very strong opinions about laws which are passed, whether in their own state or somewhere within the country. Consider the new law which recently went into effect in Texas regarding abortions. Many wanted action to be taken against the state of Texas to block the law. The US Supreme Court had an opportunity to address the issue, but declined to do so on a procedural basis. Again, many expressed their strongest opinions. Some criticized the system as a whole believing it to be innately unjust with outcomes like this to be all but guaranteed. Others criticized the transparency of the legal process which brought me to the question regarding whether more people would understand and trust the legal process if they could access it as they do any thing else in today’s society. Would you trust or understand the legal process if it were televised, available via a streaming site, or you were given access by some other means? Vote below and let me know what you think. In the mean time, check an interview from one of the justices from the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Stephen Breyer, who expressed his thoughts about court proceedings being televised or made available on demand.