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Roger Stone, Alex Jones subpoenaed by House Jan. 6 committee

Roger Stone, Alex Jones subpoenaed by House Jan. 6 committee

- Yahoo! Sports
The House Jan. 6 select committee issued five more subpoenas Monday related to its ongoing investigation into the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Two of the five subpoenas went out to longtime informal Trump adviser Roger Stone and InfoWars host Alex Jones.
"The Select Committee is seeking information about the rallies and subsequent march to the Capitol that escalated into a violent mob attacking the Capitol and threatening our democracy," said Rep. Bennie G. Thompson, D-Miss., the...

Alex Jones, Roger Stone and a Trump spokesman were subpoenaed by the House panel probing the Jan. 6 Capitol riot

Alex Jones, Roger Stone and a Trump spokesman were subpoenaed by the House panel probing the Jan. 6 Capitol riot

- CNBC
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot issued subpoenas to a spokesman for former President Donald Trump, Republican political operative Roger Stone and conspiracy monger Alex Jones, as well as two other people allegedly connected to that day’s events
Taylor Budowich, the Trump spokesman, reportedly helped advertise the rally outside of the White House where the then-president spoke right before the riot, in which hundreds of his supporters broke into the...

Connecticut Supreme Court Oral Argument State v. Shota Mekoshvili

- Connecticut Network
Transcript CHIEF JUSTICE RICHARD A ROBINSON (CJ-RR): Good afternoon. The last Brady matter we have is, and Counselor, you’re going to have to help me with this. Mekoshvili?
ATTORNEY NORM PATTIS (NP): Yes, sir, Mekoshvili.
CJ-RR: Thank you very much. The State versus Mekoshvili. Each side will have 30 minutes to argue. The Appellant may reserve any portion of that time for rebuttal. We are going to use the same masking rules we’ve been using for the last year, which...

Judge denies Qinxuan Pan's request for private prison access to case documents

Judge denies Qinxuan Pan's request for private prison access to case documents

- The Middletown Press
The suspect accused in the slaying of Yale graduate student Kevin Jiang will not be able to have prosecutors send case documents directly to him at Cheshire Correctional Institution, a judge ruled Friday.
Instead, the documents must be available — at least for now — for Qinxuan Pan to review after the material is sent to the legal library at the correctional institution, according to the ruling by Judge Gerald J. Harmon.
Attorney Norm Pattis, representing Pan, had...

Yale Murder Case Continued To December While Pan Reviews Evidence In Prison Library

Yale Murder Case Continued To December While Pan Reviews Evidence In Prison Library

- New Haven Independent
Qinxuan Pan has the next month and a half to review state-provided evidence against him in a state prison library, as a state judge continued the Yale murder case until Dec. 16.
State Superior Court Judge Gerald Harmon made that decision Friday midday at the end of a five-minute hearing in a sixth-floor courtroom at 235 Church St.
The hearing involved Pan, the MIT artificial intelligence researcher whom the state has charged with shooting and killing 26-year-old Yale grad student...

Meet The Attys In Latest Suit Over Conn. Hotel Confrontation

Meet The Attys In Latest Suit Over Conn. Hotel Confrontation

- Law360 Pulse
Colleagues of a headline-grabbing criminal lawyer, a civil rights attorney who accused the state judiciary that suspended her of racism, a former New London politician and his son are among the various attorneys representing parties in a federal lawsuit that stemmed from a highly publicized June 2020 hotel altercation.
The incident at the Quality Inn in Mystic-Stonington, video of which was published by local media outlet The Day and prompted outrage from Connecticut politicians and...

Alex Jones' CT attorneys call for removal of judge in Sandy Hook case for appearance of 'impropriety'

Alex Jones' CT attorneys call for removal of judge in Sandy Hook case for appearance of 'impropriety'

- New Haven Register
High-profile New Haven attorney Norm Pattis and another lawyer defending extremist Alex Jones against defamation lawsuits from Sandy Hook families want the Connecticut judge removed from the case for “the appearance of judicial impropriety.”
“The evolution of the case, including a threat made against Judge Bellis by an unknown third-party that the plaintiffs somehow attribute to defendants, and the series of subsequent comments and rulings, would lead a reasonable person...

GoldSilverBitcoin Show #20 - Norm Pattis

GoldSilverBitcoin Show #20 - Norm Pattis

- GoldSilverBitcoin
Norm Pattis, a leading American trial lawyer who has represented folk hero and InfoWars founder Alex Jones, joins Justin O'Connell on The GoldSilverBitcoin Show to discuss classical philosophy, Locke's Second Treatise and the State of Nature, classical liberalism, social liberalism, Marxism, the modern US Justice System, high profile trials, representing Alex Jones and more.

Norm Pattis as defense lawyer for Qinxuan Pan: 'How could you not take this case?'

Norm Pattis as defense lawyer for Qinxuan Pan: 'How could you not take this case?'

- New Haven Register
Qinxuan Pan, accused of the slaying of Yale graduate student Kevin Jiang, now is being represented in the criminal case by attorney Norm Pattis, known for his representation of high-profile defendants including Fotis Dulos and Alex Jones.
During a Tuesday court appearance in the case, Pattis said he had received evidence through the discovery process, including a list of items collected in connection with the matter.
Pattis received permission from Judge Gerald Harmon to share the...

CT Supreme Court begins review of Pan's bond in slaying of Yale student

CT Supreme Court begins review of Pan's bond in slaying of Yale student

- The Register Citizen
The state Supreme Court Wednesday heard arguments as to whether the bond for Qinxuan Pan, accused of killing Yale graduate student Kevin Jiang, was unreasonably high, but did not immediately come to a decision.
Pan filed a petition for the court to review the bond — the second offered during the case — arguing his $20 million bond is unconstitutional “in that it is disproportionately high, he has limited financial resources and no international ties, and he has indicated...

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