The presumed innocent until proven guilty Turner is seeking legislation that would make it a crime to discuss criminal cases before a verdict is rendered - including a mechanism to fine newspapers that violate the "presumption of innocence." He did so in a letter to Gov. Patrick, possibly because his district no longer has a state senator.
Full text of Turner's letter, in which he specifically goes after the Herald's Joe Fitzgerald, the Globe's Joan Vennochi and the Phoenix's Adam Reilly (via Dan Kennedy, who notes Turner cites the Bible, the Koran and the 5th, 6th and 14th Amendments but not, no doubt due to a simple oversight, snort, the 1st):
Mass media outlets must be prohibited from spreading information that conflicts with the presumption of innocence. Legislation should create standards of financial responsibility in order to compensate inviduals whose right to presumption of innocence has been violated.