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    Jacob Ewing was photographed by his brother, Drake Ewing, during court despite a judge's order banning cameras from the courtroom. The act constitutes direct criminal contempt of court, an Olathe attorney said.

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Jacob Ewing was photographed by his brother, Drake Ewing, during court despite a judge's order banning cameras from the courtroom. The act constitutes direct criminal contempt of court, an Olathe attorney said.
Max Londberg The Kansas City Star