She said it does not constitute double jeopardy for the state and feds to simultaneously prosecute these apparent crimes. And she said the the state may still do that even as the matter has been referred to the feds. The U.S. House Jan 6 committee is also known to be looking at this. That committee does not prosecute but it may unearth additional info that may be referred to federal prosecutors.
Hopefully, there's some serious deconfliction and coordination going on between the Jan 6th Committee and federal law enforcement, so they don't wind up stepping each other's toes.
The committee is very useful ... in that they can obtain information (for the American people and federal law enforcement) without having to deal with the limitations (probable cause, etc) federal law enforcement must, by necessity, operate under.
Glad to see the Committee has taken an aggressive approach.