Jackson Manafort can not be sentenced to jail for more than 10 years in the Washington case due to legal maximum limits.
Legal observers say Jackson is likely to impose the toughest punishment.
Jackson Also Chairing Mueller's case against political dirty trickster Roger Stone was seen by many as a tougher audience for Manafort's defense team than Ellis.
This was clarified in June when Jackson sentenced Manafort to prison after Mueller accused him of possible witnesses in his case.
Jackson "has a different perspective and a judicial temperament" than Ellis, defender and former federal prosecutor David Weinstein, told CNBC.
Manafort was imprisoned for nine prisoners in Alexandria, Virginia. For this time, he will be honored by Ellis' 47-month prison sentence and what Jackson gives him.
Weinstein said he expects Jackson's conviction of Manafort's verdict in the Washington case consecutive to what he received for the Virginia case.
Despite this expectation, Weinstein said that Müller's team must "use what they have done to reinforce their arguments" in the sentencing phase of the Virginia case "before the attack".
Weinstein said he was "shocked" by Manafort's depression The verdict was described as "a tremendous defeat for the Special Representative's Office".
Even before the conviction, Ellis had indicted the examination of lawyers because of his dismissive attitude towards Mueller's prosecutors during the trial last summer.
Laurence Tribe, a Harvard Law School professor and critic Trump noted that Ellis had previously indicted the special tax and financial lawyer against Manafort only as fishing text to obtain more 1
"You are not really interested in Mr. Manafort's bank fraud," Ellis ravaged prosecutors last May.
And Ellis' justification to persuade Manafort immediately with a relatively slight penalty triggers the game from Tribe and others.
Tribe said Ellis had "the justice and the rules unadulterated".
Former US lawyer Harry Litman called Elli's sentence "a totally crazy and exorbitant departure" and "a blue eye" the justice system "in a tweet.
Harry Litman TWEET Even for this judge – who is arbitrary and obstinate is condemned and tends to emigrate in economic cases – this is a totally crazy and exorbitant farewell, but aberrations such as these are what has led in the first place to directives An eye for justice.
Democratic senator and presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar called Ellis in a tweet and said that Manafort "had led away from a" guiltless life ". "
Klobuchar TWEET My View of Manafort's Theorem: There are policies for a reason, his crimes took place for years and he lived a" guiltless life. "Crimes committed in an office building should be just as serious I can not have two systems of justice!
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who also aspires to the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020, repeated her own tweet, which pointed out that the criminals will be treated differently in comparison to the perpetrators of economic crimes.
"The words above the Supreme Court say" Equal justice under the law "- when will we start doing so?" Warren tweeted.
Warren TWEET Trumps Campaign manager Paul Manafort commits banking and tax fraud for 47 months, and a homeless man, Fate Winslow, helped sell n 20 US dollars and got life in jail. The words above the Supreme Court say "Equal justice under the law" – when will we start to behave like that?
In his own tweet on Friday morning, the President wrongly claimed that "both the judge and the lawyer in Paul Manafort's case said loudly and for the world to hear that there was NO SUMMARY with Russia."
Ellis had actually said that Manafort's crimes in this case had nothing to do with the question of collusion with Russia. However, the judge did not say that there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin.
Trump told reporters at the White House on Friday: "I feel very bad for Paul Manafort."
I think it was a very, very difficult time for him, "added the President.