LiveNews - A Sydney judge has quashed a conviction against broadcaster Alan Jones for wrongly naming a juvenile involved in a court case. In February Alan Jones was convicted of wrongly naming a juvenile giving evidence in a trial. He had a criminal conviction recorded and a fine. But today Justice Finnane found that Mr Jones acted honestly in reporting the name with a belief that what he was doing was lawful.
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