Court records show the complaint against Harris was filed by Harold Ray Crews, who is identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as chairman of the North Carolina League of States, a white nationalist group.
Harris was left with a concussion, abrasions and contusions across his body, as well as a head laceration that required 10 staples, a knee injury and a fractured wrist after the clash, Merritt said.
A black man who was beaten at a far-right rally in Virginia has turned himself in to be formally charged in connection with the incident.
DeAndre Shakur Harris, 20, of Suffolk, turned himself in to the Charlottesville Police Department around 8:30 a.m., according to WVIR. He was charged with unlawful wounding.
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A Suffolk man wanted for an assault on August 12 in Charlottesville has been arrested.
Video of the rally shows DeAndre Harris, 20, being beaten by several men outside a parking garage at the rally.
Video of the incident appears to show a scuffle between the two in which Mr Harris swings a torch at a man identified by U.S. media as Mr Crews, who lunges at him with the pole of a Confederate flag.
In the United States, alleged crime victims can go to a magistrate after filing police reports.
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Merritt, who told The Washington Post that the charge against Harris was "clearly retaliatory", said Wednesday that arrangements are being made for Harris to surrender to police.
At a September court hearing, Ramo's lawyer alleged that Harris may have been the one to throw the first punch.
At the rally, 32-year-old Heather Heyer was killed when a vehicle struck a crowd of counter protesters.
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