Judge Amy Berman Jackson must once again decide whether to revoke the conditions of release for a defendant tied to the special counsel’s Russia investigation.

First, it was Paul Manafort. The former Trump campaign chairman found himself behind bars this past summer after he was arraigned on new charges accusing him of attempting to tamper with potential witnesses. The revocation of Manafort’s bond came after Jackson, of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, already put him on notice in November 2017 over ghostwriting an op-ed for the Ukrainian English newspaper Kyiv Post.

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