Appeals court allows the New York Times to temporarily retain Project Veritas memos

Posted on AllSides December 29th, 2021
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The New York Times received a temporary reprieve to hold on to copies of memos written by a lawyer for Project Veritas.

A New York state appeals court issued a ruling on Tuesday that stays part of a trial judge's order last week requiring the New York Times to surrender physical copies or destroy electronic copies of the memos that the conservative group says are protected by attorney-client privilege.

But one other facet of the order by Justice Charles Wood of the state Supreme Court in Westchester County that remains in place prevents the New York Times from publishing...

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