After the judge overseeing his case lifted reporting restrictions over the weekend, however, it was revealed the right-wing figure had been charged with contempt of court for potentially prejudicing the outcome of a trial.
The newspapers won their challenge Tuesday, the BBC wrote, and everyone is now free to report that Robinson will be serving a 13-month prison sentence for interfering with two trials - one past year and one last week.
The far-right activist was arrested for breaching the peace, held in a cell, and then appeared before Judge Geoffrey Marson QC to face trial. The video was viewed more than 250,000 times.
Matthew Harding, mitigating, said Robinson felt "deep regret" after realising the potential consequences of his actions.
The barrister added: "He was mindful, having spoken to others and taken advice, not to say things that he thought would actually prejudice these proceedings".
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"He did not try to cause difficulties for the court process".
However, Judge Marson said upon sentencing: "No one could possibly conclude that it would be anything other than highly prejudicial to the defendants in the trial".
"That is the nature of the contempt".
The Contempt of Court Act 1981 protects the integrity of court proceedings in the United Kingdom - it makes sure that defendants receive a fair trial and makes any actions that could prejudice proceedings, (i.e. publishing something that could influence a jury) an offense. On Robinson he tweeted "He's a convicted fraudster who broke strict reporting laws, without which trials of alleged rapists would collapse and alleged rapists would walk free".
Why couldn't we initially report Robinson's arrest and jailing? In this case, the judge ordered a temporary media black-out because he feared reporting Robinson's conviction could influence the jury in the very case Robinson was targeting. If he is unsure about that, he's now got time on his hands to read a copy of Essential Law for Journalists.
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The self-described journalist pleaded guilty to contempt of court and breach of a suspended sentence on Friday afternoon, receiving a sentence of 13 months in prison.
Robinson, who has allegedly violated the UK's law on covering criminal trials, was already on a suspended sentence for contempt of court for using a camera in Canterbury Crown Court last May, when he had tried to film men, who were on trial on rape charges, while the hearing was still underway.
Following the arrest, hundreds of his supporters arrived at Downing Street carrying banners with phrases such as '#FreeTommy" and "White lives matter', demanding his release.
Jones goes on to highlight the case of a "senior member" of the far-right EDL, who was jailed earlier this year for sexually abusing a 10-year-old schoolgirl dozens of times.
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