After His Conviction, Prosecutors Aren't Done With Manafort

Law360 (August 22, 2018, 7:46 PM EDT) -- Paul Manafort emerged from his first criminal trial Tuesday a convicted felon, a loss that experts say will weigh heavily on the mind of President Donald Trump's former campaign manager as he prepares for another trial scheduled to start next month.

Manafort, 69, could have allowed Special Counsel Robert Mueller's prosecutors to consolidate their two cases against him, but he instead chose to first face tax and bank fraud charges in Virginia federal court and to then head to D.C. federal court. On Sept. 17, he is scheduled to face charges of money laundering, conspiracy and acting as an unregistered foreign...

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