Ketanji Brown Jackson Reminded Republicans They Could Fix The Range Of Grievances They Aired
“Congress makes political decisions,” Jackson told members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
A Judge Handed Down A Mixed Verdict In “Cowboys For Trump” Leader Couy Griffin’s Jan. 6 Case
The judge acquitted Griffin of a second charge for disorderly conduct.
The Government Was Forced To Reveal Mike Pence's Jan. 6 Location During The "Cowboys For Trump" Leader's Trial
The trial featured the first official confirmation of where former president vice president Mike Pence went during the Capitol attack.
An Ex-Cop Pleaded Guilty To Conspiracy In The Jan. 6 Attack And Agreed To Cooperate Against His "Father Figure" Colleague
Jacob Fracker had been set to face a jury in April. His codefendant Thomas Robertson is still headed to trial.
Trump’s Campaign Was Ordered To Pay $350,000 For Trying To Enforce An “Unenforceable” Nondisclosure Agreement
A former staffer unsuccessfully tried to sue Trump, but his campaign’s effort to enforce a legally unsound NDA was the wrong move, an arbitrator found.
The Government Missed A Key Deadline In A Jan. 6 Conspiracy Case. Then Things Got Messy.
Prosecutors acknowledge they violated a defendant’s right to a speedy trial. It’s not clear if that’ll tank their ability to press more charges against him.
Ex–Proud Boys Leader Enrique Tarrio Will Stay In Jail For His Jan. 6 Conspiracy Case
Prosecutors argued Tarrio was a danger to the community and posed a risk of tampering with witnesses and evidence.
A Judge Found Everything Wrong With Trump's Latest Strategy For Fighting A Defamation Lawsuit
Trump’s effort to invoke New York’s anti-SLAPP law against writer E. Jean Carroll’s case was legally unsound and “dilatory,” the judge concluded.
Trump Was Mostly Absent From The First Jan. 6 Trial. That Could Change.
“It’s not about Trump,” defendant Guy Reffitt, found guilty for joining the insurrection, texted a few weeks earlier.
The First Jan. 6 Defendant To Go To Trial Was Found Guilty On All Counts
Prosecutors accused Guy Reffitt of Wylie, Texas, of being the “tip of the mob’s spear.”
Proud Boys Leader Enrique Tarrio Has Been Charged With Conspiracy In The Jan. 6 Insurrection
Tarrio was arrested on Tuesday at his home in Miami.
The Defense In The First Jan. 6 Trial's Closing Argument: Maybe The Evidence Is Fake
The jury is set to begin deliberating in Guy Reffitt's case on Tuesday.
A Former Texas Militant Group Member Testified About Bringing Rifles And Handguns To DC For Jan. 6
Rocky Hardie received partial immunity to testify for the government against defendant Guy Reffitt.
A Jan. 6 Defendant Texted And Recorded His Way Through Jan. 6. The Jury Got To See It All.
“Multiple clay bullets and a battle cry like in Braveheart. The insurrection began immediately after,” Guy Reffitt wrote, according to the government’s evidence.
Federal Prosecutors Opened Their Case In The First Jan. 6 Trial By Painting A Texas Man As A Mob Leader
Prosecutors contend Guy Reffitt was a “leader” in the assault on the Capitol, even if he never went inside the building.
The Jury Is Now Set For The First Jan. 6 Trial
One prospective juror was struck on Tuesday after saying he immediately thought “guilty” once he learned the case was related to Jan. 6.
How Do You Seat A Jan. 6 Jury When Everyone Knows Something About It?
The judge said the “critical question” isn’t whether prospective jurors know about the Capitol attack, but whether they have “fixed opinions.”
The First Jan. 6 Trial Starts Tomorrow. Here’s What You Need To Know.
Guy Reffitt is charged with bringing a gun to the Capitol on Jan. 6 and threatening his family if they talk to law enforcement.
Breaking Down Supreme Court Pick Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Biggest Cases
Jackson’s docket over the years featured fights over Trump-era policies and investigations and high-profile criminal prosecutions.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson Will Be The First Black Woman To Be Nominated For The US Supreme Court
Jackson is the first Black woman selected for the high court.