Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was convicted of bank and tax fraud and pleaded guilty to two conspiracy counts.
By Calvin Woodward, Hope Yen, Associated Press
Donald Trump heard words from a judge that the judge didn’t speak, as the president reached to denounce the Russia investigation as a hoax and celebrate an exoneration he wasn’t given. Democrats persisted in assailing the Trump administration for putting…
A federal judge in Virginia sentenced Paul Manafort to less than four years in prison for tax and bank fraud--far less than the roughly 20 years called for under federal guidelines. The sentence prompted outcry, with critics arguing Manafort’s punishment…
By Tess Conciatori
Manafort was among the first of 34 individuals and a number of corporations to be indicted in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. On Thursday he was sentenced by a federal judge to 47…
By Associated Press
Judge T.S. Ellis III imposed the sentence Thursday, capping the only jury trial following indictments stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
By Matthew Barakat, Associated Press
When former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is sentenced for tax and bank fraud, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III will likely issue the same lecture he gives to drug dealers and bank robbers.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Former Trump campaign chairman Manafort has not shown remorse or taken responsibility for his crimes, federal prosecutors said in a court filing two days ahead of his sentencing hearing.
By Chad Day, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Special counsel Robert Mueller is still seeking to keep secret details about his investigation into former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, according to a judge’s ruling Saturday.
By Chad Day, Associated Press
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson found there was sufficient evidence to say Manafort broke his plea agreement by lying about three of five matters that prosecutors had singled out.
By Associated Press
The former Trump campaign chairman will face sentencing on March 13 on two felony charges stemming from witness tampering and crimes related to his Ukrainian political work.
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