An İstanbul court has handed down a sentence of two years, three months to Cumhuriyet daily justice reporter Canan Coşkun on charges of “endangering the personnel working in counterterrorism operations” due to a report she wrote.

Coşkun was given the jail sentence during a hearing at the İstanbul 26th High Criminal Court on Thursday because she wrote the name of a prosecutor in one of her reports.

The court did not suspend the journalist’s jail sentence or reduce it.

In her defense, Coşkun denied the charges and said she would continue to perform her job in the only way she knows because she believes it is necessary for “social memory.”