Paul Manafort

Paul Manafort’s Book Deal May Breach His Plea Agreement

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Jan 10th, 2022

Same Data, Same Strategy: A New Look at How the Trump Campaign and Russian Intelligence Operated in 2016

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May 21st, 2021

US Treasury Provides Missing Link: Manafort’s Partner Gave Campaign Polling Data to Kremlin in 2016

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Apr 15th, 2021

Gaps in Trump’s Pardons: How the Biden Administration Can Still Pursue Justice

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Jan 24th, 2021

Manafort and His Ukraine Patron: “FinCEN Files” Further Illustrate Gaping Holes in Oversight

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Oct 5th, 2020

Manafort’s Reward: Sen. Ron Johnson and the Ukraine Conspiracy Investigation: Part II

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Aug 24th, 2020

Is the Pardon Power Unlimited?

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Jul 11th, 2020

Pardoning Roger Stone Could Itself Be an Unpardonable Crime

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Jul 10th, 2020

Timeline: Trump, Giuliani, Biden, and Ukrainegate

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Jan 31st, 2020

Greg Craig: The Government’s Latest Swing at FARA Enforcement & What Comes Next

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Oct 2nd, 2019

Why Robert Mueller Is Right that the Obstruction Statutes Apply to the President

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May 15th, 2019

Trump Campaign in Legal Jeopardy Over Manafort’s Sharing Data with Russian Agent

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Jan 10th, 2019

When the Pardon Furthers the Conspiracy: Limits to the Pardon Power

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Jan 9th, 2019

Not Mere “Process Crimes,” False Statements Prosecutions Are Serious

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Dec 20th, 2018

Mueller’s Roadmap: Major Takeaways from Cohen and Manafort Filings

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Dec 8th, 2018

Response to Reader Questions on Manafort Pardon

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Sep 4th, 2018

Reading Between the Lines: Is Gates Cooperating About More Than Manafort?

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Aug 14th, 2018

The Trial of Paul Manafort: What to Expect

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Jul 31st, 2018

Paul Manafort = Evidence of Collusion

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Jun 15th, 2018

What’s Ukraine Got to do With It? A Sideshow or Central Inquiry in Russia Probe?

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Jun 14th, 2018

If Grand Jury Thinks Manafort Obstructed Justice, Bail Judge Might Too

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Jun 8th, 2018

Far from “Thin,” Evidence of Manafort’s Witness Tampering Likely Meets Necessary Standard

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Jun 7th, 2018

Just Security Podcast: The White House’s “Pardon Dangle” and Obstruction of Justice

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Mar 30th, 2018

Why Dangling a Pardon Could Be an Obstruction of Justice—Even if the Pardon Power is Absolute

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Mar 28th, 2018