So many factors contributed to our Charlottesville victory – from the bravery our plaintiffs, to the countless hours of pro bono work by our legal team, to the amazing generosity of thousands of IFA supporters. Ultimately, a jury is instructed to render its verdict based on the evidence presented during trial.
The plaintiffs’ evidence — which led the Sines v. Kessler jury to render its historic $26 million verdict against the Unite the Right organizers — is now accessible here on IFA’s website.
Following the release of trial transcripts, the plaintiffs’ exhibits, consisting of hundreds of photos, videos, text messages, and social media conversations, are searchable in the database below.*
*To protect the private information of parties and the identities of non-parties, a small number of exhibits have been excluded from this database. They include a handful of medical documents, phone records, and videos.
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