Out of Jail, Georgia Lawyer Charged in Capitol Invasion Resumes His Law Practice
A prosecution exhibit shows a screenshot of William McCall Calhoun Jr., right, during the riot at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
The Georgia attorney, who was charged with a crime for his role in the Jan. 6 invasion of the U.S. Capitol, was released from prison last month and is back to practice in southwest Georgia, his attorney said.
A federal judge in Washington on March 10th ordered the release of W. McCall Calhoun Jr. of Americus for personal recognition. Judge Dabney Friedrich ordered Calhoun to stay with his sister in Macon, but allowed him to go to his office and courts to represent clients. He can also attend medical appointments.