Paul Manafort Was Sentenced. Here's How Long He'll Spend In Prison

08 March, 2019, 03:22 | Author: Rachel Logan
  • Paul Manafort to be sentenced in Va. court

Manafort's trial previous year documented his career as an global lobbyist whose profligate spending habits were part of the evidence showing he'd cheated the Internal Revenue Service out of $6 million by hiding $16 million in income.

The cable network displayed a picture of the late Chief Judge Edward Becker of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia over the name of federal Judge T.S. Ellis III, according to the Law and Crime website.

They request a sentence "substantially below" the guideline's range of 19.5 to 24 years.

Months of investigations, court appearances, and guilty pleas has led to the day Paul Manafort will be sentenced in a Virginia court for a number of crimes stemming from his work as a lobbyist and consultant.

Manafort still faces sentencing in the District of Columbia, where he pleaded guilty in a separate case connected to illegal lobbying.

Wearing a green jail uniform with the words "ALEXANDRIA INMATE" in block letters on the back, Manafort entered the Eastern District of Virginia courtroom in a wheelchair.

The government says Manafort's misconduct involved more than $16 million in unreported income, more than $55 million hidden in foreign bank accounts and more than $25 million secured through lies to banks.

He also talked about how the case has been hard for himself and his family.

"The question was asked yesterday about pardons, with respect to Paul Manafort, who - it's very sad what's happened to Paul, the way he's bring treated, I've never seen anybody treated so poorly - but the question was asked to me by the New York Post and I said no, I have not offered any pardons", said the president.

In arguing for a lighter sentence, Manafort's attorneys said he has been "devastated personally, professionally and financially".

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FILE PHOTO: Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort arrives for arraignment on a third superseding indictment against him by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on charges of witness tampering, at U.S. District Court in Washington, U.S., June 15, 2018. Ellis dismissed efforts by Manafort's defense team to justify a lesser sentence.

Manafort argued he deserves credit for accepting responsibility and working with the special counsel, although a D.C. judge determined he lied to investigators after his plea.

Donald Trump's presidential campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been jailed for almost four years.

"The last two years have been the most hard years for my family and I", Manafort said inside the Eastern District of Virginia courtroom.

Manafort is the only one of the 34 people and three companies charged by Mueller to have gone to trial.

Manafort served as Mr Trump's campaign chairman from March to August of 2016, before being replaced by Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway. Jackson's ruling could have an impact on the severity of his sentence in both cases.

Following the sentencing, Manafort's lawyer, Kevin Downing, told reporters his client's conviction and sentencing had nothing to do with allegations of Russian collusion by the Trump campaign.

Ellis had faced criticism by some in the legal community for comments he made during the trial that were widely interpreted as biased against the prosecution.

"It isn't a crime to have a lot of money and be profligate in your spending", Ellis told prosecutors.



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