This from the Herald-Leader with an AP tag:
Correction: Ten Commandments-Kentucky story
The Associated Press
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- In a Nov. 28 story about a Ten Commandments case in Grayson County, The Associated Press reported erroneously that two attorneys would split more than $44,000 in attorneys fees awarded by a judge.
U.S. District Judge Joseph H. McKinley awarded the attorney fees to the plaintiffs - Raymond Harper, Ed Meredith and the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky - who won an injunction against displaying the commandments in the county courthouse. They were represented by ACLU attorneys David Friedman and
William E. Sharp, but the judge's order did not specify the disposition of the fees.