Charles Taylor's defence counsel published the names of protected prosecution witnesses on a website. The Prosecution alleged that the names had not been disclosed by accident. The Single Judge found that the conduct was not advertent and that counsel was not guilty of contempt.
Contempt Trial Timeline
17 February 2011 - The Prosecution files a confidential motion asking for the Trial Chamber to summarily deal with contempt of court.
24 March 2011 - The Trial Chamber decides to postpone contempt proceedings until after the end of the Taylor trial.
19 June 2012 - The Single Judge finds "reason to believe" that counsel may have been in contempt.
19 October 2012 - The Single Judge found that counsel was not guilty of contempt.