Jan 6 Insurrection
Thomas Robertson, a former Rocky Mount, Virginia, police officer, was convicted by a jury after his codefendant testified for federal prosecutors after taking a plea deal.
Charles Donohoe said he was aware that Proud Boys leaders were considering “storming” the Capitol at least two days before the attack.
Steve Bannon Can’t Blame His Lawyer As A Defense Against Contempt Of Congress Charges, A Judge Ruled
The judge found Bannon couldn’t get around binding precedent from a federal appeals court.
A Man Claimed Police Let Him Into The Capitol On Jan. 6. A Judge Found Him Not Guilty Of All Charges.
Matthew Martin, who described Jan. 6 as a “magical day,” had faced misdemeanor charges for going into the Capitol during the insurrection.
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.
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.
Prosecutors argued Tarrio was a danger to the community and posed a risk of tampering with witnesses and evidence.
“It’s not about Trump,” defendant Guy Reffitt, found guilty for joining the insurrection, texted a few weeks earlier.
Prosecutors accused Guy Reffitt of Wylie, Texas, of being the “tip of the mob’s spear.”
Tarrio was arrested on Tuesday at his home in Miami.
The jury is set to begin deliberating in Guy Reffitt's case on Tuesday.
Rocky Hardie received partial immunity to testify for the government against defendant Guy Reffitt.
“Multiple clay bullets and a battle cry like in Braveheart. The insurrection began immediately after,” Guy Reffitt wrote, according to the government’s evidence.
This Doctor Has Pushed Unproven Drugs And Questioned COVID Vaccines. She’s Now Pleaded Guilty To Crimes In The Jan. 6 Insurrection.
Simone Gold’s group America’s Frontline Doctors has fought the medical consensus on COVID. Critics want her license to practice medicine to be revoked.
Joshua James is the sixth member of the militant group to strike a deal with prosecutors.
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.
One prospective juror was struck on Tuesday after saying he immediately thought “guilty” once he learned the case was related to Jan. 6.
The judge said the “critical question” isn’t whether prospective jurors know about the Capitol attack, but whether they have “fixed opinions.”
Guy Reffitt is charged with bringing a gun to the Capitol on Jan. 6 and threatening his family if they talk to law enforcement.
A judge dismissed claims against Trump’s son and Rudy Giuliani but ruled that the former president had to face at least some of the claims against him.
A Judge Questioned If Jan. 6 Plea Deals Contributed To Republicans Calling The Attack “Legitimate Political Discourse”
It’s not the first time Chief Judge Beryl Howell has questioned prosecutors’ decision to let defendants plead guilty to a petty offense.
Edward Hemenway submitted a letter from a pay-to-certify online community service program that’s barred by some court systems.
Obstructing an official proceeding carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. Judges are united so far in greenlighting it in Jan. 6 cases.
Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes Has Been Ordered To Stay In Jail Until Trial For Seditious Conspiracy
The extremist group leader has shown a “propensity towards violence,” a federal magistrate said in making the decision.
Robert Packer admitted to illegally parading in the Capitol, a low-level misdemeanor charge.
Most defendants continue to plead to misdemeanors, but crimes carrying more potential time behind bars are slowly cropping up.
A trial in the sedition case is set for July. The prosecutor said they’re open to plea talks in the meantime.
The Officer Who Was Hailed As A Hero For Defending The Capitol On Jan. 6 Has Spoken Out For The First Time
The officer described what it was like being chased by an angry mob in the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.