A Central Florida woman convicted of multiple charges connected to the attack on the U.S. Capitol is scheduled to begin her prison sentence on Tuesday.
A Central Florida man convicted of conspiring to stop the certification of the presidential election will be sentenced in May, a judge announced on Thursday.
A federal jury found the leader of the Oath Keepers and one of the Central Florida associates guilty of seditious conspiracy Tuesday in the Jan. 6 trial.
When jurors return to deliberate the fate of five members of the Oath Keepers, they will have to answer different questions for each defendant, and the answers could mean the difference between jail time and walking free.
Potential jurors are now being screened to decide who will judge the guilt or innocence of the first group of Oath Keepers accused of conspiring to overthrow the government.
The leader of the Oath Keepers has asked a federal judge to appoint a special master to manage the massive amount of evidence in the January 6 investigation, according to a motion filed in federal court.
The charge of seditious conspiracy carries a maximum of 20 years in federal prison.