Leaks — confidential information passed to journalists by anonymous sources — have for decades gone hand in hand with government investigations from Watergate to Whitewater.

But lately reporters’ stock in trade has become a royal pain for the local defense bar. Attorneys blame federal prosecutors and agents for tipping journalists about grand jury proceedings and say a recent trend of supposedly secret testimony appearing in news stories hurts their clients.

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