Judges have delayed their decision in an appeal by far-right activist Tommy Robinson against his conviction and jailing for contempt of court.
The Court of Appeal expects a judgement on the former English Defence League leader to be made by the end of July.
Robinson, of Bedfordshire, was jailed in May after he admitted contempt of court by filming outside Leeds Crown Court during a trial.
He appeared under his real name Stephen Yaxley Lennon.
Robinson is serving a 13-month jail term for contempt of court.