FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2017, file photo, Paul Manafort accompanied by his lawyers, arrives at U.S. Federal Court, in Washington. Manafort is denying that he violated a judge’s order through his involvement in an op-ed intended to be published in an English-language newspaper in Ukraine. Manafort attorney Kevin Downing says in court papers that his client did nothing wrong by editing the op-ed. Downing says his client only sought to “correct the public record” about his work in Ukraine.
FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2017, file photo, Paul Manafort accompanied by his lawyers, arrives at U.S. Federal Court, in Washington. Manafort is denying that he violated a judge’s order through his involvement in an op-ed intended to be published in an English-language newspaper in Ukraine. Manafort attorney Kevin Downing says in court papers that his client did nothing wrong by editing the op-ed. Downing says his client only sought to “correct the public record” about his work in Ukraine. Jose Luis Magana, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2017, file photo, Paul Manafort accompanied by his lawyers, arrives at U.S. Federal Court, in Washington. Manafort is denying that he violated a judge’s order through his involvement in an op-ed intended to be published in an English-language newspaper in Ukraine. Manafort attorney Kevin Downing says in court papers that his client did nothing wrong by editing the op-ed. Downing says his client only sought to “correct the public record” about his work in Ukraine. Jose Luis Magana, File AP Photo

Attorney: Manafort did not violate order by editing op-ed

December 07, 2017 03:39 PM

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