We can not report immediately on that long-running case either - there are still reporting restrictions in place.
"If I have to do that it will mean a re-trial, costing hundreds and hundreds and thousands of pounds".
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.
Robinson was arrested of Leeds Crown Court on Friday.
Supporters of right-wing activist Tommy Robinson have decried his imprisonment for contempt of court, stating his right to freedom of speech has been attacked. A court order on this trial is in effect, meaning that the English media will not be able to report on it until later this year.
"I respect everyone's right to free speech".
Supporters of Mr. Robinson, however, have argued it is not clear how his actions are different from other journalists, and specifically how they have prejudiced the case.
Robinson founded the English Defence League in Luton in 2009 before quitting in 2013.
A court order temporarily banning reporting on Robinson's arrest and sentencing hearing was lifted today after a legal challenge. He was found guilty of filming in Canterbury Crown Court previous year.
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Robinson was arrested on suspicion of breaching the peace, and was charged and sentenced within five hours.
Addressing Robinson, who sat in the dock during the hearing, Judge Marson said: "I am not sure you appreciate the potential effect of what you have done".
Matthew Harding, representing Robinson, said his client felt "deep regret" at potentially endangering the trial.
Robinson, of Wilstead, Bedfordshire, filmed himself as he read out the defendants' names and the charges they face - some of which were wrong - and confronted them as they arrived at court.
If jurors were to become aware of Robinson's video, they could become prejudiced.
The restrictions were ridiculed online, as details of the case were easily available on social media and some USA outlets, with many prominent figures sharing details and the hashtag #FreeTommy trending on Twitter.
In May 2017, he was convicted of contempt of court for using a camera inside Canterbury Crown Court and received a suspended sentence.
Robinson is under a "suspended sentence for committing contempt of court over a gang rape case heard in Canterbury a year ago", according to the Independent.
The trial Robinson live-streamed was covered by restrictions on what could be reported while it was underway - a common practice in Britain, created to protect the impartiality of the jury.