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  • Writer's pictureJanuary 6th News

Steve Bannon Ordered to Surrender Himself for Prison Sentence By July 1

U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols ordered Steve Bannon, a former advisor to Donald Trump, to surrender himself and begin serving his four-month prison sentence by July 1. 

Steve Bannon

Bannon was convicted of contempt of Congress in 2022 after failing to provide documents and testimony to the House Select committee that investigated the January 6, 2021, US Capitol attack. He was sentenced to four months in prison.

After losing his appeal, the Justice Department requested Bannon’s immediate incarceration, asserting that there was no longer a “substantial question of law that is likely to result in a reversal or an order for a new trial.”

Bannon has signaled that he intends to appeal again to a higher court. 

Bannon is one of two individuals charged and convicted for failing to comply with orders from the Jan. 6 committee. Former Trump adviser Peter Navarro is currently serving his four-month sentence on similar contempt charges. 


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