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Some judges are concerned about the slow progress of cases. And some Republican politicians have used the delays to criticize the Biden administration’s handling of affairs, saying it’s time to wrap up the investigations and move on, an argument that could grow stronger if the party regains control. of Congress next year.
American lawyers are under immense pressure to successfully prosecute as many of these cases as possible and don’t want to risk defendants going after a technicality because they haven’t received all the evidence against them, or worse. , evidence that could exculpate them.
At this rate, it may take years to pursue all cases. The Department of Justice continues to announce indictments almost weekly. And still trying to identify at least 350 more people.
As a result, 14 months after rioters scuffled with police, killing several and injuring dozens, causing millions of dollars in damage and disrupting President Biden’s certification of victory, only one charged on January 6, Guy Refit, faced a jury. Reffitt, a member of the Texas Three Percenter militia, was found guilty on all counts on Tuesday, including obstructing official process and carrying a firearm while unlawfully on the Capitol grounds.