The jury in the second case Manafort will not be isolated for the duration of the process

The judge in the second case the Sex of Manafort decided not to insulate jurors who must decide if acted former campaign Manager of the President of trump as an unregistered foreign agent in the interests of Ukraine.

The district court judge Amy Berman Jackson said that at the time of the trial the jury will allow to lead a normal life, but stressed that they are not allowed to discuss with anyone the case or watch the news. According to Jackson, the jury will need even disable push notifications on their mobile phones.

Jackson announced his decision in that moment, when 125 jurors gathered in the Federal courthouse to fill out questionnaires.

Ultimately, 12 jurors will be selected, and at least three candidates for replacement. It is expected that the trial, which will begin this month, will last three to four weeks.