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The new York district attorney wants to begin a new trial against Manafort

The new York public Prosecutor intends to challenge the court's decision to dismiss charges against Paul Manafort, the former campaign Manager of the United States, in the case of mortgage fraud, reports the associated Press.

In mid-March 2019, the district of Columbia court sentenced Paul Manafort to 3.5 years in prison and a fine of more than $ 6 million in unregistered work as a lobbyist and pressure on witnesses. Immediately afterwards the Grand jury of new York's borough of Manhattan has filed fraud charges with the mortgage on a housing mortgage, however, the new York court dismissed the indictment in Manafaru because the defendant was already convicted them in the court of another instance.

According to the Agency, prosecutors in Manhattan said that the judge adhered to the "extremely broad-minded" when deciding on the case. Prosecutors stress that the case involved other aspects of the crimes of Manafort.

Manafort was released from prison in may 2020, he was transferred to house arrest due to pandemic coronavirus.

Earlier the former head of election headquarters of Donald trump had been sentenced in court of Virginia. The jury found Manafort guilty on five counts of filing a false tax return, two counts of Bank fraud and one count of concealing foreign Bank accounts. The judge noted that the sentence in Manafaru not affiliated with the "Russian investigation" spectacular Robert Mueller. He sentenced Manafort to 3 years and 11 months for financial irregularities.