The maximum fine for federal fees is death. The hearing will be held at 14:30. ET.
The US Attorney's Office in the Western District of Virginia will not discuss the details of the claim until after the hearing, a spokesman told CNN.
Fields' lawyer did not immediately respond to CNN's request for comment.
Fields headed directly into the crowd, government officials claimed
Am The day before the rally, as Fields prepared to leave his home in Maumee, Ohio, to travel to Charlottesville, he received a text from a family member asking him to be cautious, the indictment says.
"We are not the ones who have to be careful," Fields replied, adding a photograph of Hitler, according to Charlottesville's indictment, Fields joined protesters who had gathered to protest the removal of a Confederate statue from a city park. " "To denounce songs that advocated or expressed white suprematists and other racist and anti-Semitic views," the indictment said.
Later, when Fields drove In the streets of Charlottesville in his Dodge Challenger, he encountered a crowd of racially and ethnically diverse people who sang and carried signs of equality, the indictment says.
"Fields accelerated quickly, through a stop sign and through an elevated pedestrian street, and drove straight into the crowd." Fields' vehicle did not stop until it was near the intersection of Fourth and Water Streets on another Fields then quickly turned his car around and fled the scene, "the indictment said.
Eliott C. McLaughlin of CNN contributed to this report.