Jeffrey Winder appealed his guilty verdict after punching "Unite the Right" organizer Jason Kessler in Charlottesville the day after protester Heather Heyer died. A jury determined Winder should serve no jail time and pay the lowest fine possible.
A judge had found Winder guilty of misdemeanor assault in February. After Winder appealed, a jury affirmed the guilty verdict this week but decided he should serve no jail time — and pay only a minimal fine. Winder had faced a maximum sentence of a year in jail and a $2,500 fine.
Below is the incident in question:
• Jury Fines Man $1 For Punching Charlottesville Rally Organizer
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