Manafort’s plea does not implicate the president—but it’s really bad news for him.
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The plea agreement reached by the president's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen with prosecutors in the Southern District of New York is available in full below. We will add other documents as they are available.
Update: The criminal information and waiver of indictment are now available below as well.
On Monday, Judge Dabney Friedrich of the the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled against a motion challenging the constitutionality of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s appointment. The full order is below:
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