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Cudd and Rosa to appear in front of judge today in Washington D.C.

Cudd will have a status conference, while Rosa will have both a status conference and a plea agreeement hearing.

MIDLAND, Texas — Jenny Cudd and Eliel Rosa will stand in front of a judge today in Washington D.C. at 2:00 p.m. ET. for their roles in the Capitol Riot on January 6. 

Cudd will only have a status conference, while Rosa will have both a status conference and plea agreement hearing. 

They will both stand in front Judge Trevor McFadden. 

Back in May, a decision was made during their status hearing that the trial date would be set for February 7, with a pretrial hearing on January 31. 

Plea deals were also discussed in the previous meeting in May, which would include less misdemeanor charges instead of the felony charges Cudd and Rosa were facing. 

At this time, Cudd and Rosa are charged with Obstruction of an official proceeding remaining in a restricted buidling or grounds disorderly conduct in a capitol building and parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a capitol building.