2. Various of Veysel Ok (light blue shirt and dark blue jacket) talking to friends at the courthouse
3.SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Veysel Ok, lawyer of Die Welt journalist Deniz Yucel:
"This trial started because of an interview I gave to a newspaper. I criticised the judges of criminal courts of peace, as they were not taking our defence and objections into consideration. Everyday, we were facing new detentions. I said that the criminal courts of peace are not independent and they have the same voice. Then the trial started following a notice by the president's office's secretariat."
4. Cutaway of people walking near the courthouse
5. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Veysel Ok, lawyer of Die Welt journalist Deniz Yucel:
"The fact is that there is no tolerance for a lawyer who is a part of the judiciary, who is taking care of important freedom of expression cases in Turkey, and who, in criticising the judiciary, shows that freedom of expression doesn't exist in Turkey. Until today I have defended someone else's freedom of expression, now I defend my own freedom of expression."
6. Cutaway of people walking near the courthouse
7. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Veysel Ok, lawyer of Die Welt journalist Deniz Yucel:
"There was no insult during that interview. On the contrary, during that interview, I requested an objective and independent judiciary. I ask them to take the defendants' objections into consideration. That's because I want to be acquitted. But of course, we are in Turkey, anything could happen."
A lawyer for a journalist working for the Die Welt newspaper in Turkey appeared again in an Istanbul court on Wednesday, where he is facing charges of insulting the Turkish justice system.
Veysel Ok, 34, who is facing up to two years in prison after comments made in an newspaper interview, said, "until today I have defended someone else's freedom of expression, now I defend my own freedom of expression."
The court has been adjourned until July.
Ok has been a lawyer for 11 years.
His client Yucel, a German-Turkish journalist for German newspaper Die Welt, was detained in Turkey for more than a year and was released from jail in February.
Turkish authorities accused Yucel of disseminating terrorist propaganda and inciting hatred, as well as espionage, which he denies.