A Texas woman who is charged in connection to the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol asked a judge for permission to travel to Mexico.
USA Today reports that lawyers for Jenny Cudd, a Midland business owner, said she has a prepaid weekend retreat to Riviera Maya, Mexico, for herself and her employees at a flower shop that would reportedly "serve as a work-related bonding time for employees and their spouses."
A U.S. magistrate approved the request, USA Today reports, ordering that her pretrial travel restrictions to be amended to allow the four-day trip:
The filing, obtained by USA Today, noted that Cudd has no prior criminal history and has remained in contact with her attorney and pretrial service officer, who had no objection to her proposed travel plan. Prosecutors took "no position" on the request.
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