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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Paul Manafort’s former son-in-law appeared in court Wednesday on charges that he pulled a series of fraud schemes while awaiting sentencing in federal court for similar crimes. Jeffrey Craig Yohai, 36, was charged with identity theft and conspiring to commit wire fraud involving a $6 million investment scheme and floating $500,000 in fraudulent checks. At the time, Yohai was free on bail after pleading guilty to fraud involving $15 million in real estate loans to rehab homes in the Hollywood Hills. Yohai was previously married to Manafort’s daughter, Jessica. Yohai’s name surfaced during the bank and tax fraud trial for Manafort, the former campaign chairman for Don... Full story

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