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How seditious conspiracy verdict gives DOJ ‘stronger hand’ for future cases

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“All of those defendants who are facing seditious conspiracy charges now have to look at this verdict and think that the likelihood of their conviction has just gone up,” says former U.S. attorney Barbara McQuade.