Poughkeepsie Journal reporter Larry Hertz describes his professional career, discussing his newspaper accounts of humanitarian volunteers in the Hudson Valley as well as major criminal cases he has covered, the stories and their trials. Regular readers of the newspaper are familiar with his byline from his column as well as on major local stories. One issue of importance covered in the interview is what should and should not be shared with the public when covering a trial, taking into account the public’s right to know without jeopardizing the rights of a defendant.
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