A federal jury on Tuesday awarded more than $25 million in punitive and compensatory damages against the organizers of the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017.

The 11-person jury found that the white nationalist figures and groups committed a civil conspiracy under state law, and also ruled for the plaintiffs on other violations of state law. The jurors deadlocked on the first two claims in the case, on whether the defendants violated federal law in conspiring to deprive the plaintiffs of their civil rights. 

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