In two federal courthouses more than 100 miles apart, lawyers are presenting arguments about conspiracies to commit violence—and the cases are eliciting more than a few parallels.

On top of hundreds of criminal prosecutions stemming from the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, multiple civil lawsuits have been filed alleging a conspiracy among President Donald Trump and others—including his lawyers and allies—to try and stop Congress from certifying the Electoral College’s findings in the 2020 election, culminating in an attack on the seat of government.

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