Virginia jail releases new mugshot of Paul Manafort after judge orders him movedGet the Full StoryMark Wilson Getty Images
The Alexandria, Virginia, detention center released an official mugshot of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort after he was booked into the jail on Thursday.
Manafort was moved from another jail to the Alexandria facility ahead of his July 25 trial in Alexandria.
The special counsel Robert Mueller's team is prosecuting Manafort on over 20 charges between two different trials — one in Virginia in July, and another set for mid-September in Washington, DC.
The Alexandria, Virginia Detention Center has publicly released a mugshot of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort after he was booked into the facility a little after midnight on Thursday.
US District Court Judge T.S. Ellis ordered Manafort's move to the Alexandria facility from the Northern Neck jail in rural Virginia, where he has been held since June 15 after his bail was revoked due to allegations of witness tampering brought by the special counsel Robert Mueller's office. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why the North Korea summit mattered even if it was 'mostly a photo op'See Also:Mueller used Paul Manafort's own words to throw cold water on his argument in a new court filingPaul Manafort is receiving all kinds of special VIP perks in prison, including his own private living space and bathroomPaul Manafort is being held in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day while he awaits his ultimate fate