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Prosecutors working for special counsel Robert Mueller made public a heavily redacted filing Tuesday laying out evidence that former Donald Trump presidential campaign chairman Paul Manafort lied to federal investigators in violation of an agreement last year in which Manafort pled guilty to obstructing Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference.
A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday spared the founder of hedge fund manager Weston Capital Asset Management from prison over his role in a multimillion-dollar investment fraud scheme after the government cited his crucial cooperation in prosecutions that brought down film producer David Bergstein and serial fraudster Jason Galanis.
A defense lawyers' group has urged a San Diego judge to toss charges against a retired U.S. Navy captain caught up in the “Fat Leonard” bribery scandal, saying a law meant for wartime fraud shouldn't be used to preserve a case brought years too late.
A New Jersey federal judge on Tuesday ordered Marc Sorrentino, the brother of television personality Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino, to pay over $337,000 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service following Marc’s conviction for tax evasion.
A Ukrainian hacker was charged Tuesday with infiltrating the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Edgar electronic filing system during 2016 as part of a scheme to access material, nonpublic documents that he then shared with traders for profit, U.S. authorities said.