You can bet the Justice Department was not happy about having to post Williams & Connolly documents on a government Web site during the trial of Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska. But a court order is a court order—until the judge vacates it a day a later “upon further consideration.”

U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan took a step back, thought about the prosecution-and-defense Web site sharing arrangement, and on Friday decided that Williams & Connolly is responsible for filing and posting its own trial exhibits. Defense documents will not share space on a government Web site.

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