The man who organized the Unite the Right rally in 2017 has now dropped his federal lawsuit against people in positions of power on that day.
One of the defendants in a federal lawsuit stemming from the violent white supremacist events in August 2017 is willing to pay the plaintiffs.
Online conversations are now among the evidence allowed to be collected in a federal lawsuit stemming from the 2017 white supremacist events in Charlottesville.
Phoebe Stevens was given sentenced to 50 hours of community service for tackling Jason Kessler, but is appealing her conviction.
Phoebe Stevens, the woman who appeared to tackle Unite the Right Rally organizer Jason Kessler, has reached an agreement with the court.
A federal judge is ordering dozens of defendants to turn over electronic devices and messages for review in a civil rights lawsuit stemming from events connected to the Unite the Right rally.
A judge is considering arguments over a motion to dismiss the lawsuit between an eyewitness to the violence tied to the Unite the Right Rally and right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
Jason Kessler, the man behind the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, has filed another federal lawsuit against people in positions of power that day.
The University of Virginia issued trespass warnings to 10 people for their actions during a violent demonstration at UVA on Aug. 11, 2017.
A federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging four California men with conspiring to violate the federal riots statue.
The United States is filing a new motion in its federal case against James Alex Fields Junior.
A judge in Charlottesville Circuit Court took up matters Wednesday involving two men tied to a violent attack inside the Market Street Parking Garage last summer.
Richard Wilson Preston, a Maryland man who was caught on video firing a gun in downtown Charlottesville last summer, may appeal his conviction.
A Charlottesville jury is agreeing with a judge's previous ruling, finding a man who punched the organizer of the Unite the Right rally last year guilty of assault and battery.
Richard Wilson Preston, the man who fired a pistol during the Unite the Right rally in downtown Charlottesville last year, will spend four years behind bars.
A federal judge has upheld a subpoena that will, in part, allow prosecutors to gather information about communications leading up to the events of last August 11 and 12.
Christopher Cantwell, a New Hampshire man charged in connection to white nationalist march at UVA last year, is entering a plea deal with the commonwealth.
Prosecutors are asking for white nationalist Christopher Cantwell's bond to be changed or revoked.
Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler has settled a lawsuit brought by Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection on behalf of the city and others.
Joseph Draego had his assault and battery charge reversed by a Charlottesville Circuit Court judge on Monday stemming from a rally in February of 2016.
James Alex Fields Jr. , the Ohio man charged in connection to a deadly car incident in downtown Charlottesville, is pleading not guilty to dozens of federal charges.
Jason Kessler won a civil suit in court on Friday, but the money isn't what the defendant is worried about.
The Ohio man accused of plowing into a crowd following Jason Eric Kessler’s Unite the Right rally now faces dozens of federal charges.
A settlement conference has been ordered in the dueling federal lawsuits filed between Unite the Right rally participant Christopher Cantwell and two counterprotesters.
Defense attorneys want a judge to dismiss their clients from a lawsuit that could prevent militia-styled groups from demonstrating in Charlottesville.
Attorneys in an ongoing lawsuit against Jason Kessler and a slew of militia groups are taking some new preemptive measures.
A federal judge is weighing arguments to decide whether or not to toss out a case against Jason Kessler and 24 other defendants.
Three militia groups who participated in the Unite the Right rally have resolved the claims against them in a lawsuit filed Charlottesville, local businesses, and neighborhood associations.
A Charlottesville judge will wait until August to sentence the man who fired a pistol near Emancipation Park last summer.
A Charlottesville judge has found a man guilty in a case tied to violence during the Unite the Right rally last summer.
A Charlottesville jury has found Jacob Goodwin guilty of malicious wounding in the August 12 beating of DeAndre Harris.
The University of Virginia is issuing a no-trespass warning to Jason Kessler, the man who organized the Unite the Right rally and a torch-lit rally by white nationalist on UVA.
Unite the Right organizer Jason Kessler is asking for more time in a civil suit filed against him. Kessler previously accused James Taylor of assaulting him, but a judge found Kessler at fault.
Jason Kessler is now facing a civil lawsuit stemming from the same alleged assault in which prosecutors say he perjured himself.
Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert Tracci is challenging a judge's decision to throw the perjury case out against Jason Eric Kessler.
A Charlottesville judge heard pretrial motions in the case against Daniel Patrick Borden, one of the men accused of attacking DeAndre Harris last summer.
An Arkansas Man accused of attacking DeAndre Harris following the Unite the Right Rally appeared in court March 28.
A group defined by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a white supremacist organization has agreed to never return to Charlottesville, but with certain stipulations.
A Charlottesville attorney says the Albemarle County perjury case against Jason Kessler has no chance of moving forward.
A jury is being selected in the perjury case for Jason Kessler. The charge stems from Kessler's assault on a person on Charlottesville's Downtown Mall last year.
The smaller details about the first federal lawsuit filed over the violent Unite the Right rally are getting hashed out in court on Friday, March 16.
A case is underway in Charlottesville Circuit Court on Tuesday, March 13, over the denial of a Freedom of Information Act request related to the events on August 12.
A former State Department official who became the target of harassment after posting a video showing the car attack during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville is suing right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and others.
Charges are being held up against a man accused of malicious wounding from August 12.
Jason Kessler is vowing to hold another Unite the Right rally in Emancipation Park on the anniversary of last summer’s deadly violence.
A judge says he will wait before ruling on a motion to dismiss a civil suit filed against Charlottesville. City Hall is accused of acting improperly by hiring Tim Heaphy to review the events of Aug. 12.
Plaintiffs in a civil right case against organizers of the Unite the Right rally are requesting that the defendants be held accountable for their part in the violence.
The two defendants in a lawsuit by Unite the Right participant Christopher Cantwell are now fighting back with their own countersuit.
Charlottesville police say Tyler Davis was extradited from Florida to Virginia. He is charged in connection with the beating of DeAndre Harris inside the Market St. Parking Garage.
A Charlottesville court took up four cases stemming from the chaotic press conference held by Jason Kessler. Two were found guilty, one entered an Alford Plea, last case was continued.
Unite the Right supporter Christopher Cantwell was in court Wednesday for a motions hearing. The judge took a motion for change of venue under advisement, denied a motion for a new prosecutor, but did give Cantwell freedom to move within city limits.
Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler will have to wait on a judge's decision to see if his perjury case will be taken up in a different courthouse.
Police have charged Donald Blakney with malicious wounding. The charge is in relation to a reported aggravated assault that occurred on August 12, 2017.
Jordan Romeo, a protester arrested following a rally in Charlottesville by a KKK group, is pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct.
The perjury case against Jason Kessler, the man behind the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, is being delayed due to a scheduling conflict.
A judge is setting bond for one defendant, but denying it for another, in two separate cases connected to the Unite the Right rally.
One of the participants a torch-lit march around the University of Virginia is suing two counterprotesters for some serious cash.
A three-week jury trial for James Alex Fields Jr. is scheduled to begin in November. He is charged with first-degree murder in connection to the death of Heather Heyer.
Jason Kessler, the organizer of a controversial rally in downtown Charlottesville, is asking for case to be heard in a different court. He is facing a felony charge of perjury.
A Charlottesville grand jury has indicted several men that were arrested following the Unite the Right rally.
Some people who say they have been subpoenaed to testify in front of a grand jury about what happened to them on August 12 are concerned that testimony could lead to charges against them.
The man who faces a felony charge following a violent scuffle in the Market Street Parking Garage may now be going up against a smaller penalty.
A New Hampshire man charged in connection to the Tiki torch-lit rally is no longer behind bars. Christopher C. Cantwell is out on a $25,000 bond with home-electric monitoring.
The New Hampshire man dubbed the “Crying Nazi” is yet again demanding bond from a Virginia judge. Christopher Cantwell appeared in Albemarle Circuit Court Monday.
One of the last cases to be looked at from the July 8 Ku Klux Klan rally in Charlottesville's Justice Park was nolle prossed in court on Friday, December 1.
Jacob Goodwin, one of the men charged an apparent attack following the Unite the Right rally, is now sitting in the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail.
Four people accused of assaulting the organizer of the Unite the Right rally during a news conference will have to wait until 2018 to have their cases heard.
Corey Alexander Long, a man charged in connection to the violence from August's Unite the Right rally, went back before a Charlottesville judge Monday morning.
An Albemarle County judge is allowing one of three charges against Christopher Cantwell to go forward to a grand jury.
A judge has again denied bond for one of the men charged in connection to violence following the Unite the Right rally.
Jacob Smith and Dennis Mothersbaugh are pleading guilty to assault and battery. Their arrests are connected to the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
A Charlottesville judge is allowing Jason Kessler, the organizer of a controversial rally, to move to another state while the court waits to take up a perjury case against him.
A Charlottesville judge is letting nine people go free after they were charged in connection to protests in Justice Park back in July.
Three counterprotesters from the KKK rally that took place in Charlottesville on July 8 will have to wait until December to have their court cases heard.
Jason Kessler, the organizer of a controversial and violent rally in Charlottesville, went before a judge for an unrelated charge Thursday morning.
A Charlottesville judge will review a city councilor's petition for a special grand jury to open a criminal investigation into the organizers of the Unite the Right rally.
Charlottesville City Councilor Bob Fenwick is calling for a special grand jury to investigate the events of August 12.
A Charlottesville judge handed down rulings in three cases connected to the man who organized the Unite the Right rally.
A Charlottesville judge has found Veronica Haunami Fitzhugh not guilty of obstructing free passage in connection to the the KKK rally at Justice Park..
Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler is now charged with publishing an activist's address with intent to coerce, intimidate or harass.
Charlottesville police arrested Corey Alexander Long of Culpeper on Friday, October 13, on charges stemming from the Unite the Right rally held on August 12.
A Baltimore Ku Klux Klan leader charged with firing a pistol during a violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville has been denied bail despite his claim that he acted in self-defense.
A Charlottesville general district judge heard arguments about what played out at the Unite the Right rally in Emancipation Park on August 12.
Three men facing felony charges associated with events of August 12 appeared in Charlottesville general district court on October 12.
A lawsuit is now filed in federal court against Unite the Right rally organizer Jason Kessler and other white nationalists who attended the rally.
Charlottesville is joining a suit to prevent unauthorized paramilitary groups from returning to the city.
A warrant has been issued for Deandre Harris, the man who was beaten in the Market Street Garage following the Unite the Right rally.
Charlottesville leaders and law enforcement officials are threatening legal action after the white nationalist Tiki torch rally in Emancipation Park on Saturday, October 7.
A Baltimore Ku Klux Klan leader who authorities say fired a gun during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville is in custody in Virginia awaiting a court appearance this week.
The main organizer of a white nationalist rally in Virginia has been released on bond after being arrested on a perjury charge stemming from an unrelated incident.
Jason Kessler, the man behind an attempt to have Charlottesville City Councilor Wes Bellamy removed from office, is now facing a felony perjury charge.
Police have arrested an Indiana man charged with assault from August 12 events in Charlottesville.
Five criminal cases stemming from controversial events downtown last month took center stage in Charlottesville General District Court Friday morning.
An Ohio man accused of attacking someone on the same day as the Unite the Right rally is staying behind bars for now. A judge denied bond for Daniel P. Borden.
Charlottesville police have made another arrest stemming from the confrontational news conference held the day after the Unite the Right rally by organizer Jason Kessler.
According to a release from Charlottesville police, two men accused of assaulting Jason Kessler have turned themselves in.
A Virginia-based law group is suing Charlottesville and law enforcement leaders over the violence that erupted at Emancipation Park on August 12.
Violence from events in Charlottesville on August 12 is prompting a lawsuit by Nexus Caridades Attorneys, Inc. against the city and law enforcement leaders.
A judge denied bond for white nationalist Christopher Charles Cantwell Thursday evening.
Over a dozen people charged in connection to rallies held by white supremacists and the "alt-right" went before a Charlottesville judge Thursday morning.
One of the men wanted in connection with the beating of Deandre Harris at the Market Street Parking Garage is now behind bars.
A man who was assaulted during the Unite the Right rally earlier in August is preparing to take legal action against those who attacked him.
Charlottesville police have arrested a man for discharging his firearm as police dispersed crowds from Emancipation Park on August 12.
Charlottesville police are searching for a suspect in the beating of a man in the Market Street Garage following the Unite the Right rally.
Christopher Cantwell went before a judge in Albemarle General District Court. He is charged with illegal use of tear gas and other gases, and malicious bodily injury with a caustic substance.
The attorneys representing white activist Jason Kessler have withdrawn a lawsuit against Charlottesville. The lawsuit was filed by the ACLU and the Rutherford Institute
The man who authorities say drove his car into a crowd at a white nationalist rally, killing a woman and injuring 19 others, has made a second court appearance.
Jason Kessler is no longer facing a disorderly conduct charge stemming from a May confrontation in Emancipation Park.
The man charged with second-degree murder stemming from a deadly car attack on 4th Street Saturday that killed Heather Heyer and injured over a dozen others is now facing more charges.
Former Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney Denise Lunsford is now representing James Fields, the man accused of driving a car into protesters.
Two people are filing a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against those they believe are responsible for a deadly car attack by the Downtown Mall.
The Ohio man charged in connection with a deadly car attack on Charlottesville's Downtown Mall made his first court appearance Monday.
The cases against three people charged in connection to confrontations involving white activists in Charlottesville were taken up in court Wednesday morning.
Showing Up For Racial Justice sent an email to City Council, urging Charlottesville to revoke the permit for the “Unite the Right” rally scheduled for August 12.
Four people are facing felony charges after counterprotesting a weekend rally by members and supporters of the Loyal White Knights of Ku Klux Klan.
Court dates are set for Jeffrey Fogel and Veronica Fitzhugh. Both are charged in connection to confrontations on the Downtown Mall.
The search is on for a special prosecutor in criminal cases for Sara Tansey and Joe Draego after the original special prosecutor had to recuse himself.
A man running to be Charlottesville's next commonwealth's attorney is in trouble with the law after an altercation on the Downtown Mall. Police arrested Jeffrey Fogel Friday, June 2.
Two men involved in an incident during a protest in Lee Park now have trial dates. Jason Kessler and Jordan McNeish appeared in Charlottesville General District Court Wednesday.
Jason Kessler, Jordan McNiesh, and Charles Best were all arrested and face charges for causing chaos at a rally Sunday night in Lee Park.
A Charlottesville judge is assigning a special prosecutor to handle two criminal cases stemming from a rally in Lee Park.
A special prosecutor is expected to handle cases dealing with the unlawful removal of Jason Kessler's phone and an alleged assault by Joseph Draego.