The critical file had the closing date of Friday night set by the federal court, but the report was not released in public.
Prosecutors may have sent the document to Judge Amy Berman Jackson under seal with proposed submissions. It is a matter for Jackson to decide what is happening next.
The memorandum is the filing of necessary major courts in the case in the longest running case of Mueller, the serious prosecution of the former Trump campaign manager who led researchers to collect comprehensive information about his secret bank accounts of Cyprus, Ukrainian political efforts in Europe and & 39; r United States and to Manafort time on the 2016 presidential campaign.
A spokesman for the office of special councils refused to comment on the situation on Friday, and a court spokesman could not be reached.
The special counselor has kept details of Manafort's cooperation specially protected, as his interviews are a significant part of the Mueller investigation into Russia's influence in the 2016 presidential election.
Manafort pleaded guilty in September to plot against the United States and testify interference league. At the time of his case, Manafort also admitted a litany of money laundering and foreign lobbying offenses that covered its work for Ukrainian politicians and other clients over several years. Co-plotters, Manafort, said his long-time colleagues, Rick Gates, who still work with Mueller, and Konstantin Kilimnik, say prosecutors are related to Russia's knowledge and at the heart of their inquiry.
The memo will also be likely to deal with alleged liaison and Kilimnik with potential witnesses in his case after the arrest of Manaff in October 2017, and his attempts to interact with Kilimnik in 2016 and other subjects.
Previously, prosecutors said that Manafort should face up to 25 years in prison and pay tens of millions of dollars for tax and bank fraud. A sentencing memo memo will talk to the consequences that could be put on top of those.
The Manafort defense team has until Monday to file their own claim for its sentence. I'm sentenced by Jackson on March 13 in his DC case. Five days earlier, he will learn his sentence for the eight financial fraud convictions in the separate case in Virginia.
Manafort, which turns 70 per month, has been jailed since June so the witness can intervene.