A federal judge on Saturday rejected the Department of Justice’s motion for a temporary restraining order blocking publication of former national security adviser John Bolton’s memoir The Room Where It Happened, paving the way for the book’s publication next week. But in his decision, judge Royce Lamberth suggested that Bolton still faces stiff penalties—including the loss of his royalties and potential criminal prosecution—for his “unilateral” decision to push ahead with publication without a formal release from government reviewers.