Last year (2018), the US federal government indicted Concord Management & Consulting LLC in relation to the alleged Russian social media campaign to meddle/undermine/influence the 2016 US elections.
The federal government got some egg on its face a few times in this case, e.g. even in the facing of the indictment; and then with wide-reaching discovery requests which the government resits; and also with the government/AG Barr being found in contempt IIUC, for making extra-judicial statements regarding the defendant's guilt, which they weren't allowed to. So, this has not been such a great experience, PR-wise; and it is not surprising it doesn't get a lot of coverage - especially after the anti-climactic report by Robert Mueller.
My question is: What's actually happening with that case? It's supposedly still being tried, but in what direction is it going? Which side do the evidence, or lack thereof, seem to favor so far?