A Virginia state court has disbarred Jonathon Moseley, an attorney who has represented a slew of high-profile Jan. 6 defendants, including a member of the Oath Keepers charged with seditious conspiracy, as well as several targets of the House select committee investigating the attack on the Capitol.
Most prominent among Moseley’s criminal clients is Kelly Meggs, an Oath Keeper from Florida who took on a leadership role for the group that breached the Capitol.
On Friday, after a two-day hearing in Prince William County Circuit Court, a three-judge panel ordered Moseley’s law license revoked, court records show. Details of the bar discipline case against Moseley were not immediately available.
Read the full article. Moseley is appealing.
In criminal cases, Moseley represents Oath Keeper Kelly Meggs, one of 11 charged with seditious conspiracy and slated for trial this summer.
In Jan. 6 committee matters, Moseley represents Meggs, Stewart Rhodes and Ali Alexander. https://t.co/XXTmmOO0ND
— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) April 6, 2022