Defense attorneys have demanded an FBI agent list cereal names, made wild claims about misconduct and repeatedly called for mistrials, slowing down the trial.
Author: Rachel Weiner
Trump can be sued by police over Jan. 6 riot, Justice Department says
Two U.S. Capitol Police officers and 11 Democratic House members are seeking to hold Donald Trump liable for physical and psychological injuries they suffered during the riot.
North Carolina can’t ban undercover filming inside animal farms
The Fourth Circuit ruled that a North Carolina law aimed at ending undercover investigations violates the First Amendment.
Rep. Scott Perry fights to keep phone from team probing Jan. 6 attack
The Pennsylvania Republican has support from House leadership as he argues the Constitution’s “speech and debate” clause protects him from the special counsel probe.
Proud Boys move to subpoena Trump in seditious conspiracy trial
Some of the Proud Boys have argued that the former president should be on trial, not them.
U.S.: Proud Boys leader learned of upcoming arrest from D.C. police officer
Shane Lamond is under investigation by the FBI over his relationship with Enrique Tarrio, who faces seditious conspiracy charges.
Man carrying Confederate flag through Capitol on Jan. 6 sentenced to 3 years
Kevin Seefried said he didn’t mean the flag as a racist provocation and is ashamed of his part in the riot.
DeAndrea Gist Benjamin confirmed to Fourth Circuit judgeship
DeAndrea Gist Benjamin has been confirmed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. She’s the second woman of color to serve on the Fourth Circuit.
North Carolina ban on campaign lies is ‘likely unconstitutional’
The law was used to prosecute North Carolina’s attorney general.
Live-streaming traffic stop is free speech, but protecting it is a challenge
Dijon Sharpe sued after being told he could go to jail for live-streaming police officers during a traffic stop.