New Jersey’s highest court is being asked to sharpen the pencil on the boundaries of the fair-reporting privilege, which protects news media from defamation suits if they write fairly and accurately about pending litigation.

Last year, an appeals court trimmed back the privilege, saying it does not apply if an article is based only on an initial pleading that has not been subjected to judicial review.

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