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Tony Cochran of Smith, Gambrell & Russell. (Courtesy photo) Tony Cochran of Smith, Gambrell & Russell. (Courtesy photo)

As the world reflects on the storming of the U.S. Capitol, the question arises whether President Donald J. Trump could be charged with inciting a riot. He certainly urged the crowd at the Ellipse, a park near the White House, to march down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol.

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