A Central Florida woman convicted of multiple charges connected to the attack on the U.S. Capitol is scheduled to begin her prison sentence on Tuesday.
Connie Meggs, the wife of Oath Keepers leader Kelly Meggs, will spend the next 15 months in prison following her sentencing Wednesday on charges stemming from the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Prosecutors are asking a federal judge to impost “significant sentences of imprisonment” in a case involving two Central Florida residents.
A federal judge on Thursday sentenced a Dunnellon man to 12 years in prison for seditious conspiracy in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Four people associated with the Oath Keepers were convicted on Monday of conspiracy and obstruction charges stemming from the attack on the U.S. Capitol in the latest trial involving members of the far-right antigovernment extremist group.
A Central Florida man convicted of conspiring to stop the certification of the presidential election will be sentenced in May, a judge announced on Thursday.
Two years after joining members of the Oath Keepers at the U.S. Capitol, an Orlando man is preparing to defend himself in court that could put him in prison.
Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to allow text messages be used in the case against a Marion County man charged in connection with the Capitol riot.
A Marion County woman charged for her involvement in the Capitol Hill riot is asking a federal judge to move her trial out of the District of Columbia.
The attorney representing a Marion County man arrested for his involvement in the Capitol Hill riot has been disbarred, prompting a hearing set for Thursday in the nation’s capitol.
Three Central Florida members of the Oath Keepers group will still go to trial in April for their alleged roles in the Capitol Hill riot, according to federal court documents, despite a new indictment being handed down.
FBI investigators said they are examining video that they say shows three Central Florida residents preparing for the riots on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6.