Paul Manafort and Robert Mueller: The Russia Investigation Continues

Former federal prosecutors say the collapse of Paul Manafort’s plea agreement with special counsel Robert Mueller is a loss for both sides in the Russia investigation. Mueller lost a key witness who was the head of Donald Trump’s campaign. On the other hand, Manafort can potentially face decades in prison. Mueller says he knows enough …

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Kendall Coffey on Sealed Criminal Indictments on DC Docket

More than two dozen sealed criminal indictments have been added to the federal court docket in Washington, D.C. since January 2018. Legal experts told ABC News the sealed cases could be connected to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election and potentially part of a quiet effort to protect …

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Kendall Coffey: Are Cohen’s Charges Provable?

In his guilty plea, Michael Cohen said Donald Trump ordered him to pay a couple of women during the 2016 presidential race to keep their mouths closed about their past sexual relationships with Trump. He has continuously denied having any type of inappropriate relationships with either of the women, but days before the election Cohen …

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Kendall Coffey: Where the Manafort Trial Is Headed

President Donald Trump’s legal team has continuously said that special counsel Robert Mueller is wasting his time and taxpayer dollars investigating possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. According to legal experts, it could lose its impact if Paul Manafort is convicted. Kendall Coffey stated, “If he gets a number of guilty counts, he …

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Kendall Coffey and Jeffrey Crockett on Colombo Jet Case

Ugo Colombo is a pioneer in developing luxury Miami condos and Craig Robins gained his fame by bringing Miami Beach Art Deco properties back to life. The two have been going back and forth over a $22 million Bombardier Challenger jet for the past 10 years. Last Wednesday, The Third District Court of Appeal denied …

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