A state judge warned Twitter’s counsel yesterday that the social media site would be held in contempt on Sept. 14 if it doesn’t comply with a court order to produce an Occupy Wall Street protester’s tweets and subscriber information.

Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Matthew Sciarrino Jr. (See Profile) said that if Twitter doesn’t comply, he would seek to review its last two quarterly statements to determine how much Twitter should be fined. The only way to punish a corporation is through money, he said.

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