The US government has dismissed all charges against the remaining 39 people arrested over their alleged participation in a rally against President Donald Trump's Inauguration Day. "Upon consideration of the government's motion to dismiss in this case, it is: ORDERED that these cases be dismissed without prejudice," Friday's order by Judge Robert Morin read. The order came after prosecutors moved to have the remaining charges dropped. It ends more than a year of trials and similar motions after most of the more than 230 people initially arrested were charged with felony rioting. The cases stem from an anti-fascist and anti-capitalist rally on January 20, 2017 in which police clashed with protesters and detained hundreds, including journalists, medics, legal observers and bystanders.