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Proud Boys Member WhoWilliam Chrestman of Olathe, Kan., a Proud Boys member, was sentenced to 55 months for breaching the U.S. Capitol and threatening officers, prosecutors said.
Georgia election caseA co-defendant in the Georgia election case is seeking to disqualify Fulton County DA Fani Willis, alleging she was engaged in a romantic relationship with a prosecutor.
Georgia election workers sueRuby Freeman and Shaye Moss already won $148m defamation judgment against former New York City mayor Two former Georgia election workers who won a $148m defamation judgment against Rudy Giuliani asked... on Monday for a court order barring him from continuing to repeat the lies he spread about them following the 2020 election. The new lawsuit points to comments the former New York City mayor made during and after the damages trial last week, repeating the baseless conspiracy theories about Ruby Freeman and Wandrea "Shaye" Moss.
Rudy Giuliani's net worthFormer New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani's finances would be upended if he fails in an appeal of a defamation suit in which he was ordered to pay $148 million to two Atlanta election workers he... falsely accused of ballot fraud. Giuliani's attorney said Thursday in the Washington, DC, courtroom that an initial $43 million...
Mark Meadows to again argueAn appeals court will hear arguments Friday from ex-Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows as he again seeks to move his Georgia election interference case into federal court.
10 fake electors admitted theyA settlement announced Wednesday marks the first time any Trump electors have revoked their filings purporting that Trump won in a battleground state.
Mike Johnson to publiclyUS House speaker to make good on promise to far-right Republicans including Matt Gaetz and Donald Trump House speaker Mike Johnson said Friday he plans to publicly release thousands of hours of... footage from the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol, making good on a promise he made to far-right members of his party when he was campaigning for his current job. "This decision will provide millions of Americans, criminal defendants, public interest organizations and the media an ability to see for themselves what happened that day, rather than having to rely upon the interpretation of a small group of government officials," Johnson said in a statement.
Ohio Man Who Attacked OfficersKenneth Joseph Owen Thomas has failed to express remorse for his actions that day and turned his notoriety as a rioter into a brand, prosecutors said.
Lake of the Hills womanNhi Ngoc Mai Le, a Lake of the Hills woman, is the 41st Illinoisan to be arrested in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Navarro says his convictionEx-Trump administration official makes remark to Newsmax after his contempt of Congress conviction Ex-Donald Trump administration official Peter Navarro's contempt of Congress conviction has... "everybody in that frigging White House" feeling as if they are grappling with "massive legal bills and ... prison time", he said Monday. Navarro's remarks came in an interview with the far-right media outlet Newsmax in which he used the term "SOBs" - short for sons of bitches - to refer to the US justice department prosecutors who secured a guilty verdict against him last week.
'Zip Tie Guy' and His MotherEric Munchel, 32, of Tennessee, was sentenced to nearly five years in prison in connection with the attack on the U.S. Capitol in 2021, while his mother, Lisa Eisenhart, 59, received a... two-and-a-half-year term.
US judge rejects Mark Meadows'Ruling means the prosecution of Meadows brought by the Fulton county district stays in the superior court of Atlanta A federal judge denied a request from former Trump White House chief of staff Mark... Meadows to transfer his Georgia 2020 election interference case from state to federal court on the basis that some of the charged conduct was within the scope of his official duties. The ruling from US district judge Steve Jones on Friday means the prosecution of Meadows brought by the Fulton county district attorney Fani Willis stays in superior court in Atlanta, unless Meadows appeals and the decision is reversed by the US court of appeals for the 11th circuit.
Lindsey Graham among thoseA Georgia judge is set to release the findings of the special purpose grand jury that aided in the DA's probe into efforts to overturn the election results in the state.
Proud Boys leader EnriqueEnrique Tarrio has been sentenced to 22 years in federal prison after begging a judge for mercy for his role in the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Proud Boys former leaderOther leaders of militia group received lengthy sentences last week but below what prosecutors requested Jury selection has started today in the trial of Peter Navarro, a former aide to Donald Trump... who was indicted for contempt of Congress after defying subpoenas from the January 6 committee, Politico reports: Last week, a judge rejected Navarro's argument that Trump had asserted executive privilege in the case, clearing the way for him to stand trial.
Ex-Trump Aide Peter Navarro toA federal judge allowed the trial to proceed after finding little evidence that the former president authorized Mr. Navarro to ignore a subpoena from Congress.
Rudy Giuliani pleads notThe former Trump lawyer also waived his right to appear at an arraignment set for 6 September Rudy Giuliani on Friday pleaded not guilty to Georgia charges that accuse him of trying, along with former... president Donald Trump and others, to illegally overturn the results of the 2020 election in the state. In filing his not guilty plea with the court, the former New York mayor and Trump attorney also waived his right to appear at an arraignment hearing set for 6 September. He joins the former president and at least 10 others in forgoing a trip to Atlanta to appear before a judge in a packed courtroom with a news camera rolling.
First Trump co-defendantAttorney Ray Smith enters plea in Fulton county case Opinion: Trump will be be the 2024 Republican nominee The ill will towards Donald Trump in Georgia extends even into the Republican party, with the... state's lieutenant governor blaming him for a host of issues and saying voters would be foolish to nominate him again, the Guardian's Martin Pengelly reports: Donald Trump has "the moral compass of an axe murderer", a Republican opponent in Georgia said, discussing the former president's legal predicament in the southern US state and elsewhere but also his continuing dominance of the presidential primary.
Mark Meadows loses effort toA federal judge tersely rejected Meadows' emergency appeal to block Fulton County Fani Willis from forcing him to turn himself in to face the music in the Georgia racketeering case.
First mugshots RELEASED ofThe first three Fulton County mugshots in the case of Trump's attempts to overturn the 2020 election was shared Wednesday.
Live updates: Georgia grandFulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has been investigating Donald Trump since February 2021.      
Pence says Trump and hisFormer vice-president speaks about how he was pressured, after he was shown to be a crucial figure in Trump's latest indictment Trump arraignment - live updates Mike Pence has lashed out at the... "gaggle of crackpot lawyers" who worked with Donald Trump to allegedly try to overturn the results of the 2020 election, as the former vice-president found himself thrust into an unwelcome spotlight. Trump was charged with four felonies this week over his attempts to meddle with the presidential election. The 45-page indictment shows that Pence was a crucial figure in Jack Smith, the special counsel, being able to bring those charges.
Giuliani Concedes He MadeRudolph W. Giuliani said he still had "legal defenses" in a case brought by two election workers who said he had defamed them as he asserted that the 2020 election was marred by fraud.
Jared Kushner testified thatJared Kushner maintained Donald Trump had not been fabricating a stolen election narrative as a last-ditch attempt to maintain power.
Fox News sued by Ray Epps forRay Epps sues Fox News over defamatory remarks made by Tucker Carlson. Recent suits involving the disgraced pundit have cost the network nearly $800M in recent months.