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Appeals Court Upholds Steve Bannon’s Conviction for Criminal Contempt of Congress

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Appeals Court Upholds Steve Bannon's Conviction for Criminal Contempt of Congress

A federal appeals court has upheld the criminal contempt of Congress conviction of Steve Bannon, a former aide in the Trump White House. Bannon was originally convicted for his refusal to testify and provide documents to the House committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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The court's decision rejected Bannon's defense that he was not guilty due to legal advice he received advising him against complying with the committee's subpoena. This ruling underscores the judiciary's stance that such legal advice does. . .

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