Prosecutors Push on Against 59 Protesters Despite Defeat

January 19, 2018

The U.S. Attorney’s Office dropped charges against 129 defendants Thursday but continues to prosecute journalists and others who have spoken to the press

Previously Anonymous Police Officers Named in ACLU Suit for J20 Abuses

January 3, 2018

A new filing in a civil suit names 27 officers who allegedly violated civil rights during Inauguration protests, including pepper spraying a 10-year-old boy

Not Guilty in Inauguration Protest Case

December 21, 2017

A jury found the first six defendants to stand trial in connection with protests at Trump’s inauguration not guilty on all charges

Motion Alleges Lead Detective in J20 Case Gave False Testimony to Grand Jury

December 19, 2017

According to a recent motion, MPD Detective Greggory Pemberton made false statements in order to bring charges against protesters

Democracy in Crisis

December 4, 2017
D.C. prosecutors introduce James O'Keefe's sting video in the case against inauguration protesters just as the Washington Post reminds us again just how shady he is

Democracy in Crisis: Conspiracy Theories

November 13, 2017

The government’s case sets lowbar for conspiracy charges on eve of this week’s J20 trial

Government Continues to Seek Data from Reporter’s Cell Phone in Inauguration Protest

October 31, 2017

Reporter Aaron Cantu is among nearly 200 people whose phone data has been seized


October 25, 2017
Despite releasing information about protesters, federal prosecutors claim making publicly funded videos public could endanger officers