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Steve Bannon criminal contempt trial set for July 2022

Bannon was indicted after he refused to comply with a House subpoena as part of a committee investigation into the events of January 6

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By Ronn Blitzer

Fox News

Former Trump administration adviser Steve Bannon will stand trial for a contempt of Congress charge starting July 18, after U.S. District Court Judge Carl Nichols set a date for jury selection to begin.

Bannon was indicted after he refused to comply with a House subpoena as part of a committee investigation into the events of January 6. His defense attorney, Doug Schoen, claimed that the mid-summer date did not afford him and his client enough time to prepare.

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