HUGE: Supreme Court to rule on January 6 obstruction charges


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The U.S. Supreme Court justices are poised to review a significant case concerning the Capitol protest that occurred on January 6, 2021.

This case could potentially influence the prosecution of former President Donald Trump. The Washington Post has disclosed that oral arguments for this case will be presented on Tuesday, April 16, 2024.

At the core of this case is the pivotal inquiry of whether participants in the Jan. 6 protest can be held accountable for obstructing an official proceeding.

According to NBC News, the law in question is U.S. Code Title 18, Section 1512(c)(2), which criminalizes attempts to corruptly obstruct, influence, or impede official proceedings.

Violating this law could result in up to 20 years of imprisonment.

The Biden administration has charged more than 300 individuals connected to the Jan. 6 protest with breaking this law, including former President Trump who also faces charges of violating it.

The question at hand is whether this law truly applies to the current situation.

Numerous experts contend that it does not.

They assert that the Biden administration has misconstrued the law and is utilizing it as a tool to target not only Trump but also other political adversaries of Biden.

Just to clarify, the oral arguments scheduled for this week before the Supreme Court do not pertain to Trump’s case as he is not a defendant. However, the justices’ decision could have an impact on Trump’s case.

“Trump has been charged with violating the same law, and a conspiracy provision. As such, the Supreme Court ruling could affect his prosecution too,” NBC reports.

The outlet, later, notes that “Trump has cited the Fischer case, including in his most recent filing at the Supreme Court concerning his bid to obtain presidential immunity for his actions seeking to overturn the election results.”

While Trump is not a direct participant in the case the justices will address on Tuesday, it is widely acknowledged that the outcome is expected to significantly affect Trump’s own case.

Additionally, you might be curious about how Trump obstructed official proceedings on Jan. 6, 2021.

Prosecutors assert that he did so through speech and attempting to assemble an alternative slate of electors.

If such actions are deemed sufficient to…


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