Four Philadelphia Inquirerreporters were found guilty of contempt and fined last week for defying an order neither to approach nor name in print former jurors in a high-profile murder case.

Superior Court Judge Theodore Davis ruled on Monday that Emilie Lounsberry, Dwight Ott, George Anastasia and Joseph Gambardello violated the order by collaborating in a news article that disclosed a juror’s name. On Thursday, he imposed $1,000 fines on each of them.

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