(AP) - A Kansas reporter says she's been ordered to testify at a murder trial about a confidential source, one day after the Supreme Court blocked a similar demand by the same prosecutor.
Dodge City Globe reporter Claire O'Brien says she was handed a subpoena Wednesday evening.
Prosecutors also want information from notes O'Brien took while interviewing Samuel Bonilla, who is charged with second-degree murder.
O'Brien was originally subpoenaed to appear Wednesday before an inquisition, similar to a grand jury. The state Supreme Court on Tuesday granted her a temporary stay.
The new subpoena from Ford County Attorney Terry Malone orders her to testify at Bonilla's February trial.
O'Brien says it's an attempt to bypass the court's ruling.