Former Federal Prosecutor Defending J6ers Decries “No Alternative To Trials In DC” – What He’s Doing To Change That
In recent months, the nation has been captivated by the story of the J6ers, a group of individuals who are facing federal charges in Washington, DC, for their involvement in the January 6th Capitol Hill riots. While the charges against the J6ers vary widely, the vast majority of them are facing serious felonies that carry long prison sentences.
The legal team representing the J6ers has been vocal in their criticism of the current system, which requires all of the defendants to be tried in Washington, DC. The team, led by former federal prosecutor Mark Schamel, has argued that requiring all of the defendants to be tried in DC is unfair and puts an undue burden on the defendants and their families.
Schamel, who is a partner at the law firm of Schamel & Associates, has been a vocal advocate for the J6ers. He has argued that the current system of requiring all of the defendants to be tried in DC is a violation of their constitutional rights. He has also argued that the current system is a waste of taxpayer money, as the defendants have to travel to and from DC for their trials, and the trials themselves can take months to complete.
Schamel has taken his advocacy a step further, however, and is now actively working to change the system. He has been working with members of Congress to introduce legislation that would allow the J6ers to be tried in their home states, rather than having to travel to DC. The legislation, which is still in the early stages of development, would allow the defendants to be tried in their home states, with the proceedings overseen by a judge from the federal district court in DC.
This would be a major shift from the current system, which requires all of the defendants to be tried in DC. If the legislation is passed, it would be a major victory for the J6ers and their legal team, as it would allow them to be tried closer to home, and would likely reduce the amount of time and money spent on their trials.
Schamel is also working to raise awareness about the J6ers and their plight. He has been speaking to the media about the case, and has been vocal in his criticism of the current system. He has also been working with grassroots organizations to help spread the word about the J6ers and their legal battle.
Schamel’s efforts are beginning to pay off, as more and more people are becoming aware of the J6ers and their legal battle. Schamel and his team are hopeful that their efforts will lead to meaningful change in the system, and that the J6ers will be able to receive a fair trial in their home states.
The J6ers’ legal team and their supporters are hopeful that their efforts will be successful, and that the J6ers will be able to receive a fair trial in their home states. While the legal battle is still ongoing, Schamel and his team are hopeful that their efforts will lead to a better system for all defendants, and that the J6ers will be able to receive a fair trial in their home states.