Michael Cohen SDNY sentencing memo recommends 'substantial prison,' and Individual-1 is in deep trouble

Federal prosecutors in New York request a "substantial" prison sentence for Michael Cohen, who pled guilty to violating campaign finance laws. Sentencing guidelines suggest that could mean 46 to 63 months.

The Southern District of New York's sentencing memo for the President's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has been filed, and it is 30 pages long.


SDNY sentencing memo: Link to PDF.

Things are not looking bright for Michael Cohen, despite having cooperated with the federal investigation into Trump's activities.

'A substantial term of imprisonment is warranted,' writes the Southern District of New York.

The guidelines from Michael Cohen's plea agreement call for a prison term of between 46 and 63 months.