The critical submission had a Friday deadline set by the federal court, but the report was not publicly released.
It is possible that prosecutors sent the document to Judge Amy Berman Jackson with seals and suggested editors. It's up to Jackson to determine what happens next.
The memorandum is the last important litigation in Mueller's longest lawsuit, a far-reaching indictment by the former Trump campaign manager, which led investigators to gain comprehensive information about his secret Cypriot bank accounts, Ukrainian political efforts in Europe and the US, and the US
A spokesman for the Special Representative's office refused to comment on the situation on Friday and a spokesman for the court was not reached.
The Special Representative has kept details of Manafort's cooperation particularly guarded, as his interviews formed a significant part of Mueller's investigation of Russia's influence in the presidential elections of 201
Manafort pleaded guilty in September to having manipulated the conspiracy against the US and the witness's conspiracy. At the time of his request, Manafort also admitted that for some years he had been involved in money laundering and foreign lobbying that involved his work for Ukrainian politicians and other clients. Co-conspirators, according to Manafort, are his longtime colleagues Rick Gates, who is still working with Müller, and Konstantin Kilimnik, whom prosecutors claim are in touch with Russian intelligence and at the heart of their investigation.
The memo is also likely to address his and Kilimnik's alleged contact with potential witnesses in his case following Manafort's arrest in October 2017 and his lies about his interactions with Kilimnik in 2016 and other issues.
Previously, prosecutors had said that Manafort should face up to 25 years in prison and pay tens of millions of dollars for tax and bank fraud. Friday's condemnation note will speak of the consequences that could pile up on things.
Manaforts The defense team has to file its own petition for punishment by Monday. He is sentenced on March 13 by Jackson in his Washington case. Five days earlier, he will be punished for the eight financial fraud charges in a separate case in Virginia.
Manafort, who turns 70 in a month, has been detained since June for witness handling.