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Michael Cohen seeks reduction for his prison sentence

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Michael Cohen seeks reduction for his prison sentence

Michael Cohen seeks reduction for his prison sentence

Michael Cohen, former lawyer for Donald Trump, became a key witness against the president for House Democrats.

According to Reuters, Cohen wants a reduction in his current three-year prison sentence.

His lawyer said he filed a court motion for the reduction as credit for his cooperation with investigators.

Cohen went to jail for arranging payments to pronographic film star Stormy Daniels.

While Cohen admitted to doing this, he said Trump directed the payments.

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