Though the facts of precisely what happened at the Capitol are still coming to light, it seems likely that prosecutors could file felony murder charges against at least some of the rioters.
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A database of links to charging documents related to the Jan. 6 riot on Capitol Hill.
By storming the Capitol and disrupting the electoral-count certification, yesterday’s mob likely violated many federal criminal laws, including against seditious conspiracy.
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An overview of cases brought against the Department of Homeland Security and other government agencies following the deployment of federal officers to the Portland protests.
There are a few answers, but a lot more questions.
In the weeks following protests over the police killing of George Floyd, the federal government brought more than 120 different cases against protestors for a range of crimes—many concerning relatively minor offenses.