Military veteran Jessica Watkins is on trial with four other Oath Keepers for seditious conspiracy.
Judge Barabara Bellis imposed the punitive damages on Jones for repeatedly telling his millions of followers the Sandy Hook massacre was staged by “crisis actors."
A Connecticut jury last month ordered Jones and his company, Free Speech Systems, to pay $965 million to the Sandy Hook families.
Jones filed the requests Friday, saying Judge Barbara Bellis’ pretrial rulings resulted in an unfair trial and “a substantial miscarriage of justice.”
A nearly $1 billion defamation judgment against the conspiracy theorist won't be enough to stop the fringe host from spreading his brand of hate.
“We are going to chase Alex Jones to the end of the earth,” said attorney Joshua Koskoff, who called the $965 million judgment "sound and reasonable."
A jury ordered Jones to pay $965 million in damages to families of those slain in the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting.
The late-night host tore into the "despicable and ridiculous" conspiracy theorist.
One Twitter sage noted that Jones is "already a miserable human being" but suggested others should feel assured "that he feels even more miserable."
The notorious conspiracy theorist has been booted from Facebook, Apple and YouTube. Here’s how Alex Jones went mainstream.