Show the structure of each of the following arguments by means of a diagram

1. One major argument against live television of criminal trials is that television creates an atmosphere that makes it impossible to conduct a fair trial. This is because the trial judge is forced to devote an unduly large portion of his time and attention to keeping the situation within manageable bounds. In a recent case, for example, the judge made no less than ten separate rulings on television coverage during the trial. Furthermore, the presence of television cameras and technicians tends to distract and divert witnesses, and can have an unpredictable effect on their testimony.