Jailed Journalist

GUESTS:

BRUCE FEIN
*Constitutional and General Counsel, Center for Law Accountability
*Former, Associate Deputy Attorney General during Reagan Administration

GREGG LESLIE
*Legal Defense Director, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

A Texas free lance writer is in jail for refusing to turn over her notes on a high profile murder case to the federal government. Federal prosecutors say she isn't a "legitimate" journalist. In this hour of Talk of the Nation, Juan Williams talks with journalists and YOU about what constitutes journalism and what doesn't, from NPR news.

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