Paul Manafort Continues To Have A Great Week, Is Only Sentenced To An Additional 3.5 Years In Conspiracy Case
Shortly after Paul Manafort was sentenced to an additional 3.5 years in prison in a D.C. conspiracy case, the state of New York announced that he would be facing charges of mortgage fraud and other felonies.
Paul Manafort's extremely light sentence in his fraud case, which had a sentencing recommendation of 19-24 years, drew widespread criticism.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is facing a maximum of ten years in prison for charges of conspiracy.
The details of Paul Manafort's alleged lies were not immediately available, but if proven true, Manafort could face more criminal charges and a longer stint behind bars.
Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud the US and conspiring to obstruct justice in return for other charges being dropped.