March 8, 2007
Adam Liptak Evaluates the Effects of Libby Trial on Press, Future Investigations
The New York Times' Adam Liptak evaluates the possible effects of the Libby trial on reporters, so many of whom were witnesses (Mr. Liptak counts 10 out of the 19 as journalists), and on the future prosecutions. He examines the suggestion that a "Branzburg truce", between prosecutors and reporters, in which prosecutors subpoenaed journalists as a last resort under that famous ruling, is now over. Read his article here.
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