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Manafort To Get Off House Arrest If He Pledges Real Estate


Law360, Washington (December 15, 2017, 8:11 PM EST) -- Indicted former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort will be let off of house arrest once he signs agreements to forfeit four properties allegedly worth over $11 million if he does not show up to court ...


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By Jimmy Hoover Law360, Washington (December 15, 2017, 8:11 PM EST) -- Indicted former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort will be let off of house arrest once he signs agreements to forfeit four properties allegedly worth over $11 million if he does not show up to court, among other conditions, a D.Cfederal judge ruled Friday.Manafort was placed on house arrest with GPS monitoring on Oct30, the day he was indicted by a federal grand jury alongside his longtime deputy Rick Gates for allegedly stashing millions in profits from secret overseas lobbying work in offshore accounts... To view the full article, register now. Try Law360 FREE for seven days Already a subscriber? Click here to login Add to Briefcase Printable Version Rights/Reprints Editorial Contacts Documents Order Related Sections Banking Public Policy Real Estate Tax White Collar Case Information Case Title USA vMANAFORT et al Case Number 1:17-cr-00201 Court District Of Columbia Nature of Suit Date Filed October 27, 2017 Law Firms Doar Rieck Judge Analytics powered by Lex Machina® Amy BJackson Check out Law360's new podcast, Pro Say, which offers a weekly recap of both the biggest stories and hidden gems from the world of law. Listen To Our Latest Most Popular 1 Kozinski To Retire In Wake Of Sexual Misconduct Allegations 2 President Donald Trump Loses Third Judge Nominee 3 Alternative Fees: My Experience At Bartlit Beck 4 2nd CircGets Kozinski Sex Probe Amid New Reports 5 Litigation Attorney Hiring To Tick Up In 2018

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