The state Supreme Court justices walked a tightrope last Monday as they tried to balance First Amendment free press guarantees with a well-publicized murder suspect’s right to a fair retrial.

Media lawyers are trying to overturn a Camden County judge’s order that forbade reporters from interviewing or identifying jurors who deadlocked on whether Rabbi Fred Neulander, of Cherry Hill, paid hit men to kill his wife in 1994.

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