The government is studying the feasibility of imprisoning lay judges if they leak information pertaining to the privacy of people involved in trials, according to government sources.

The government is considering a two-tier system of imprisoning or fining lay judges for privacy leaks and merely fining them if they leak other information on trial proceedings, they said Thursday.

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