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Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Reporters' Appeal Over Subpoenas
The Supreme Court rejected appeals Monday from two journalists who have refused to testify before a grand jury about the leak of an undercover CIA officer's identity. The cases asked the Court to revisit an issue that it last dealt with more than 30 years ago -- whether reporters can be jailed or fined for refusing to identify their sources. The justices' intervention had been sought by 34 states and many news groups, all arguing that confidentiality is important in news gathering.
June 28, 2005 at 12:00 AM
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By Gina Holland |
Updated on June 28, 2005
The original version of this story was published on Law.Com
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