Charges against Solidarity Sing Along member dropped

Two recent Capital Times articles on the ongoing saga of the Capitol police vs the Solidarity Sing Along, a WNPJ member group, report that the charges against Jason Huberty, a sing along participant and Capitol protester, have been dropped. “They’ve been throwing stuff at the wall to see what sticks, and so far nothing has been sticking. It’s all been sliding off the wall,” said Robert Jambois, a lawyer who is representing many of the Capitol protesters.

The prosecutors tried to prevent Huberty from invoking his First Amendment rights in his trial. But the charges were dropped when Dane County Circuit Judge Julie Genovese ruled that the administrative rule under which Huberty was charged applies only to those who conduct demonstrations or other events, not participants. Jambois believes most charges against participants will be dropped, but conductors of the Solidarity Sing Along may still be vulnerable. To read the entire articles, click below.

"Prosecutors dismiss some charges against Capitol protester"

"Court ruling could mean sing-along participants get a break"