Some of the country's most well-known white nationalists were accused of organizing the violence the lawsuit said.
The jurors are to decide whether white supremacists, white nationalist organizations and neo-Nazis are responsible for violence during the deadly rally.
After comments from the defense about wanting to bar "any more Black pastors" from sitting with Arbery's family, hundreds gathered outside the courthouse.
A report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition said that the state of Georgia had handed out less than 10 percent of the aid by the end of September.
Netflix said the company has "much more work to do" in response to Wednesday's planned walkout by employees.
"We are disappointed by the Court's decision and potential threat to public safety if this event ensues," Mayor Brandon Scott spokesperson Cal Harris wrote.
Republican politicians echoed Trump's rhetoric on immigration and the border wall as they took the stage in Des Moines on Saturday evening.
Ali Alexander also said that "FBI failures, agitators dressed in militant outfits, and police brutality" should be blamed for violence on January 6.
The group is suing the city and claiming Baltimore is infringing on its constitutional rights to freedom of speech, religious expression and free assembly.
While tickets to the rally are free, Trump supporters can purchase VIP tickets for $1,500 each or $2,500 for couples.
"At no point will I cancel this rally," Matt Braynard told WTOP radio in Washington. "This is happening even if I'm there by myself with a megaphone."
Matt Braynard, a former Trump campaign staffer, said: "Anyone with the intent of committing violence has no business" attending the "Justice for J6" demonstration.
Capitol Police say hundreds of extremists could attend Saturday's demonstration, but some prominent conspiracy theorists are telling their supporters to stay away.
The imminent rally's message is one of the latest attempts to reframe the events of Jan. 6.
Walter Oliver Baker, an assistant professor of English and African American studies, is charged with simple assault, disorderly conduct and harassment.
"Maybe Trump's actually a dumba**," Jones said on his show, a day after the former president encouraged people to get vaccinated.
The former president has been vocal in his criticism of his successor amid the unfolding events in Afghanistan.
Organizers call themselves "Justice for J6" and have told authorities it will be a peaceful event, but officials fear it could quickly become violent.
The man asks Ugenti-Rita, a Republican running for Arizona secretary of state, why she "killed Senator Kelly Townsend's election integrity bills in the Senate."
Michelle Leete was seen in a widely shared video recorded Thursday in which she told "STOP CRT" counter-protesters that any parent in the district who opposes critical race theory is "anti-diversity" and "anti-children."
Joyce Beatty took part in a rally on Thursday afternoon to call on the Senate to pass the For the People Act, a sweeping electoral reform bill.
"We need to be strong in the Jewish community, and we need to be strong about standing up against discrimination of any kind," said Minnesota Vikings co-owner Mark Wilf. A virtual rally took place on Thursday to call out the violence and hate against the Jewish community.
Black Lives Matter counter-protesters far outnumbered the white nationalists that gathered near Huntington Beach pier for the rally.
The Orange County chapter of the NAACP released a statement Saturday clarifying that it is not involved in the upcoming counter-protest in Huntington Beach, California.
Gaetz referenced allegations against him in a speech he gave at a Women for America First event on Friday night.
"OK, that's enough for right now, kids. Just watch and let them burn," one enthusiastic anti-masker adult said in a video shared on Twitter.
Michael Smerconish pressed John Eastman on Saturday over what role his rally speech played on January 6.
The payments indicate an ongoing financial relationship between the rally's organizers and Trump's political campaign.
The 53-year-old former Ohio police officer was charged in Florida over posts he wrote on Facebook.