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First felony sentencing in Capitol Riot to set precedent for dozens of cases

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First felony sentencing in Capitol Riot to set precedent for dozens of cases

A member of the January 6th mob faces up to 21 months in prison after pleading guilty to obstructing Congress. Former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks and Huffington Post senior justice reporter Ryan Reilly share what to expect from the sentencing and from the first hearing of Congress’ select committee on the Capitol Riot. 
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