Mark and Patricia McCloskey were recorded holding weapons outside their home in St Louis, Missouri.
They were fined in the wake of conceding to wrongdoing allegations this year.
However, Missouri’s Republican Governor Mike Parson has now exculpated them, something he had guaranteed after US preservationists started to help the couple.
The pair, the two legal counselors, showed up momentarily finally year’s Republican National Convention, and Mr McCloskey has reported designs to run for a US Senate seat in Missouri.
“At the point when the furious crowd came to annihilate my home and kill my family, I stood firm against them,” he apparently said in a new mission video. “I won’t ever withdraw.”
The episode occurred on 28 June 2020 in the midst of cross country shows following the homicide of George Floyd. Cop Derek Chauvin stooped on his neck for nine minutes, and has been condemned to more than 22 years in jail.
Video film of Mark McCloskey waving an attack rifle and Patricia McCloskey conveying a self-loader gun immediately turned into a web sensation.
The two turned into an image of US divisions over the fights, with Democrats brutally reprimanding them and Republicans commending the legal advisors.
The pair were immediately charged. A protest gave by St Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner said both had shown their self loading weapons “promptly fit for deadly use, in a furious or undermining way”.
In June this year Mr McCloskey, 63, confessed to crime fourth-degree attack and was fined $750 (£538). His significant other, 61, conceded to offense badgering and was fined $2,000.
Yet, toward the beginning of their legitimate case Governor Parson had promised to excuse them whenever indicted. On Tuesday his office gave an official statement affirming he had adhered to his guarantee.