By Jacqueline Thomsen | TheHill - The Hill News | 1 week 1 day ago | Politics
Paul Manafort's criminal trial on bank and tax fraud charges was held up for several hours on Friday as the federal judge presiding over the case repeatedly met with federal prosecutors and Manafort's defense attorneys....
By Matt Naham | Mediaite | 1 week 1 day ago | Politics
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By Alex Pappas | FOX News | 1 week 1 day ago | Politics
Judge T.S. Ellis III mysteriously delayed testimony in the case of ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort for five hours on Friday, pushing off the day's proceedings as prosecutors once again complained about his criticism of them.
By email@example.com (Josh Gerstein) | POLITICO | 1 week 2 days ago | Politics
Paul Manafort’s criminal trial on bank- and tax-fraud charges, speeding along for nearly two weeks, came to a mysterious halt Friday morning as the federal judge and lawyers for both sides huddled out of earshot of the public. Rumors swirled through the ninth-floor courtroom in Alexandria, Virginia, about what the delay could mean — from a looming guilty plea from Manafort to Judge T.S. Ellis III conceding...