The Michigan Advance reports:
Judge Margaret Van Houten of the state’s Third Circuit Court has rejected a motion by far-right conspiracy theorists and political operatives Jack Burkman and Jacob Wohl to quash information and dismiss the robocall intimidation case against the pair. The defendants are each charged with one count of intimidating voters, a five-year felony; one count of conspiracy to commit an election law violation, a five-year felony; one count of using a computer to commit the crime of election law – intimidating voters, a seven-year felony: using a computer to commit the crime of conspiracy, a seven-year felony.
Read the full article. In a separate case, yesterday the pair also lost an attempt to delay a civil rights lawsuit against them while the criminal cases continue.
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