Kellye SoRelle: Oath Keepers lawyer pleads not guilty to Jan 6 charges
SoRelle faces four charges, including obstruction of an official proceeding and obstructing justice by telling others to delete information from their phones.
Prosecutor Jeffrey Nestler also asked Judge Amit Mehta to heavily restrict SoRelle’s internet access, citing the obstruction of justice charge and said SoRelle had been posting about the case online.
“Ms. SoRelle has already posted memes,” Nestler said, including ones of Mehta.
Mehta, however, said that alone was not enough to restrict her online access, adding that he would need more information from the government to make such a decision.
SoRelle is due back in court for a status conference on November 15.