Supremes Tackle J6 Cases

  • The Supreme Court scheduled conferences for Dec. 1 to discuss whether to accept two appeals, one of which involves an off-duty federal agent who carried his service pistol and credentials onto the Capitol grounds on Jan. 6, 2021, and the other which involves the Justice Department’s use of an evidence-tampering law in Capitol riot cases.
  • The first case involving Edward Lang challenges the charge of obstruction of an official proceeding under an evidence-tampering law, which more than 300 other defendants have faced. Lang’s attorneys argued that the charge could be brought against anyone attending a “public demonstration gone awry.”
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