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How the Oath Keepers' second sedition trial is different from the first

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A jury found Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes guilty of seditious conspiracy for his involvement in the Jan. 6 attack at the Capitol, but now the group faces a second trial. NBC News' Danny Cevallos explains the similarities and differences between the two trials and how the proceedings may approach conspiracy charges.