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New York Newsmen
Freed by Judge on
Flaw in Commitment
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By th« Associated Press
WHITE PLAINS, N, Y., Mar. 4.—
Two Newburgh newspapermen have
teen released from custody on
habeas corpus writs because of flaws
in the papers committing them to
jail for refusing to tell a grand
jury their confidential sources of
information.
State Supreme Court Justice
Frank H. Coyne, who sustained the
writs last night, made clear he was
not passing on the merits of the
case of Douglas V. Clarke, 33, and
Charles L. Leonard, 27.
One of the reasons cited for the
release was that the defendants had
not had proper opportunity to pre
: pare a 'defense.
The question of whether a news
paperman has the eight to protecl
his sources of information did not
figure in the ruling.
Served Five Days.
Justice Coyne ruled, in effect
that the required formalities hac
not been complied with when the
newspapermen were sentenced t<
10 days in jail and fined $100 eacl
last Friday for contempt of court
Mr. Clarice, news editor of th<
Newburgh News, and Mr. Leonard
a reporter on the paper, served flv<
days in the Orange County jail at
Newburgh.
Justice Coyne released them ir
custody of their lawyer when the
habeas corpus proceedings came be
fore him Tuesday. Last night he
made their freedom complete.
Several Courses Open.
The penalties were imposed by
Supreme Court Justice J. Gordor
Flannery after the newspapermen
refused to disclose to an Orange
County grand jury, which was in
vestigating charges of gambling in
Newburgh, the source of A a lottery
ticket reproduced in their news
paper.
The habeas corpus decision was
interpreted unofficially as leaving
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