"had filed motions seeking to quash subpoenas filed by Libby's attorneys on the grounds that the requests were too sweeping and that some of the material did not exist, was irrelevant or is protected. The Washington Post and CNN separately turned over enough subpoenaed information to satisfy Libby's attorneys; The Post said in a statement that it did so without violating promises to its sources.For the media, it looks like the controversy is just getting started. One of Libby's attorneys, William Jeffress "said that 'for better or worse, the press is right in the middle' of the trial. But Walton expressed skepticism about the defense requests, noting that the court 'has to be cautious' about releasing information related to journalists' sources."
Walton indicated that he accepted NBC's argument that it had no relevant materials."