Jose Luis Magana / AP
Updated at 11:30 ET
A federal judge ordered a new hearing on Tuesday to consider allegations by prosecutors that the former chairman of the Donald Trump election campaign, Paul Manafort, was arrested in his Case witnesses have been manipulated
Judge Amy Berman Jackson ordered Manafort, prosecutors, witnesses and others to appear and testify on June 15 in accordance with the new ordinance.
The prosecutors have asked Berman Jackson to lift Manafort's bail and have him imprisoned in front of his jail trial, which is scheduled for this fall.
Manafort's camp has not yet charged with charges of alleged witness falsification, but Berman Jackson ordered him to answer her by Friday.
The allegations reinforce the legal pressure on Manafort, which has criminal consequences in both cases, Washington, DC and Virginia. The Office of the Special Counseling of the Ministry of Justice, Robert Mueller, may require that Manafort holds an appeal and cooperates with the prosecutors.
Manafort denies any wrongdoing and has pleaded not guilty in both cases.
It is unclear what Manafort might offer investigators, but he served as Trump's campaign chief during the presidential race, and he also took part in key moments, including the infamous meeting in Trump Tower with a Russian lawyer who was offering dirt to Hillary Clinton ,
Manafort's longtime business associate and former Trump Campaign Vice President Rick Gates has found guilty of his plea and agreed to provide evidence to prosecutors
In court records filed late Monday Lawyers Working for a Special Adviser Mueller accused Manafort of having contacted witnesses in order to get them to give false testimony when they appear in court.
The government says that Manafort made the case after being charged in February with an indictment for lack of registration as a foreign agent.
The government accuses Manafort, a group of former European politicians, dubbed, secretly organizing "the Habsburg group" to represent on behalf of Ukraine in Europe and the United States.
Following the disclosure of this indictment, the government said that Manafort and a longtime employee – known only as "Person A" – repeatedly contacted two witnesses to try to influence Ukraine's lobby work.
Prosecutors say Manafort contacted the witnesses by phone and encrypted messaging apps, both working for a public relations firm involved in lobbying.
Text messages given by the government's witnesses, Manafort wanted to persuade people to say that Ukraine's lobbying was limited to Europe only.
One of the witnesses told the investigators that he "tried Manafort's efforts as an effort" because he knew that earlier European politicians in Europe and the US had lobbied "
Prosecutors say that Manaforts aspirations that The testimony is a clear violation of the federal law and its release conditions – he was put under house arrest on bail of $ 10 million. Therefore, the prosecutors have asked the presiding judge to consider pre-trial detention as a way to ensure that Manafort does not commit future violations.
This is not the first time that prosecutors have complained about Manaforts lawsuits he is awaiting a lawsuit.
Last year, Mueller Manafort's team accused them of working with an employee allegedly linked to Russian intelligence to covertly comment in order to influence public opinion. The prosecutors say the efforts violate a court-ordered gag order.
Manafort joined the Trump campaign in March 2016 and served as a campaign manager from June to August of the same year. The FBI reportedly launched an investigation of Manafort in 2014. In July, FBI agents searched his house and confiscated documents. He surrendered to the agent in October after being indicted by a federal jury.