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Darien murder trial starting; cameras to be in court

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WHEATON, Ill. (Associated Press) -

The first trial in the Chicago area to allow cameras in court during testimony and through to a verdict is beginning as part of a pilot project.

The trial in a DuPage County court for a man accused of instigating the murder of 3 members of a suburban family starts with jury selection Tuesday. Cameras won't be permitted until attorneys make their opening statements.

Johnny Borizov is accused of talking a friend into killing Jeffrey and Lori Kramer and their 20-year-old son, Michael, in their Darien home in 2010. The Kramers' daughter was Borisov's ex-girlfriend.

Prosecutors' spokesman Paul Darrah says the one video and one still camera in the courtroom can't take shots of jurors.

The video camera is locked in place so it can't inadvertently swing toward jurors.

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