WASHINGTON – Now that President Donald J. Trump’s ex-lawyer Michael Cohen has a three-year prison sentence, key figures in the Russia investigation will soon find themselves back in court – and back at the center of a media maelstrom.
December 13, 2018
- Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina expected to plead guilty
December 18, 2018
- Former National Security Officer Michael Flynn will be sentenced
March 5, 2019
- Tentative sentencing date for former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort
March 6, 2019
- Michael Cohen begins his three-year prison sentence in Upstate New York
Prosecutors disclosed in a Lower Manhattan courtroom Wednesday Michael Cohen has provided “credible” and “valuable information” at the heart of the Russia inquiry.
But prosecutor Jeannie Rhee, a top aide to special counsel Robert Mueller, said not all of Cohen’s information concerning Russia has been revealed.
Cohen spokesperson Lanny Davis said Trump’s former fixer would be willing to appear before Congress – testifying in front of any committee charged with investigating Russian election meddling.