Investigations related to corruption of Trump and his allies, including the Russia investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, have led to a total of 40 indictments and 9 guilty pleas or verdicts.

Pled and/or found guilty

Name Charges Status
Roger Stone Trump campaign advisor (2015)
Trump friend and confidant
Stone indicted on seven counts including obstruction of an official proceeding, making false statements, and witness tampering. (01/25/19) Arrested by the FBI in an early morning raid on his Florida home.
Elena Khusyaynova Russian agent (2014-2018) Charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States in an effort to influence the midterm election. (10/19/18) Formally charged by the Department of Justice (10/19/18)
Sam Patten American Political Operative (1994-2018) Pled guilty to failing to register as a foreign agent for work with Paul Manafort and Konstantin Kilimnik on behalf of a Ukrainian political party. (08/31/18) Patten, a political consultant, worked with Kilimnik at the International Republican Institute (2014) and Cambridge Analytica in the 2014 election cycle. Plea agreement includes cooperation with the Special Counsel's Office. (08/31/18)
Michael Cohen Personal Lawyer to Donald Trump (2017-2018)
Executive VP, Trump Organization (2007-2017)
Special Counsel to Donald Trump (2007-2017)
Pled guilty to tax evasion, bank fraud, and campaign finance violations in payoffs to alleged mistresses of President Donald Trump. (08/21/18) Pled guilty to making false statements to Congress about the Russia investigation. (11/29/18) Sentenced to three years in prison. (12/12/18) Cohen must forfeit $500,000, pay restitution of $1.4 million, and a $50,000 fine. (12/12/18) Scheduled to report to prison on May 6. (02/20/19)
Mariia Butina Russian agent (2013-2018) Arrested and charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States and functioning as an illegal agent of a foreign government. (07/16/18) Switched plea to guilty and agrees to cooperate with the government. (12/10/18) Sentenced to 18 months with nine months credited for time served and deportation upon completion of sentence. (04/26/19)
Russian intelligence agents Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) Twelve Russian military intelligence were indicted for cyber operations. One unit was used to obtained documents and another unit was tasked with its dissemination, including D.C. Leaks and Guccifer 2.0 monikers. (07/13/18) Indictment returned by grand jury
Konstantin Kilimnik Russian-Ukrainian political operative
Conspiracy to obstruct justice and attempted witness tampering. (06/08/18) Indictment returned by grand jury
Paul Manafort Campaign chairman (2016)
Convention manager (2016)
Pled guilty to one count of conspiracy against the US and one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice due to attempts to tamper with witnesses. Manafort was originally conspiracy against the United States, money laundering, failure to disclose foreign assets, unregistered agent of a foreign principal, making false and misleading FARA statements, conspiracy to obstruct justice, attempting to tamper with potential witnesses in the District of Columbia. Manafort was prosecuted for tax fraud, financial fraud, and bank fraud in Virginia. (06/08/18) Guilty on eight counts with a hung jury on ten counts in the first trial. (08/29/18) Judge dismissed the remaining ten charges. (10/19/18) Manafort pled guilty to one count of conspiracy against the United States and one count of obstruction of justice to avoid a second trial. (09/14/18) Sentenced to 47 months in the Virginia trial. (03/07/19) Sentenced to an additional 43 months in the D.C. trial. (03/13/19) Charged by the Manhattan district attorney for sixteen counts of mortgage fraud and other felonies. (03/13/19)
Rick Gates America First Policies super PAC co-founder (2017)
Deputy campaign chairman (2016)
Pled guilty to conspiracy against the United States and one charge of making a false statement to investigators. (02/23/18) Cooperating with federal investigators. (02/23/18) Sentencing postponed until 2019. (11/14/18)
Alexander van der Zwaan Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom lawyer (2007-2017) Pled guilty to making false statements to investigators about contacts with Rick Gates and Konstantin Kilimnik. (02/20/18) Cooperated with federal investigators. (04/04/18) Sentenced to 30 days in prison, $20,000 fine, and a 2 month suspended release. (04/03/18) Reported to a low-security prison in Pennsylvania. (05/08/18)
Russian nationals and companies Social media troll operation (2014-2017) Thirteen Russian nationals and three companies were charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States. Three were charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud and five were charged with aggravated identity theft. (02/16/18) Concord Management and Consulting LLC, one of the three Kremlin-linked companies charged, entered a not guilty plea. (05/09/18)
Richard Pinedo Identity thief (2014-2017) Pled guilty to identity fraud in the procurement of stolen identities, including bank account numbers, for use by Russian operatives. (02/12/18) Sentenced to six months in prison and six months of home confinement. (10/10/18)
Gen. Michael Flynn (ret.) National Security Advisor (2017)
Campaign advisor and surrogate (2016)
Pled guilty to making false statements to federal investigators about contacts with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak. (12/01/17) Cooperating with federal investigators. (12/01/17) Special counsel recommended little to no jail time for Flynn due to his "substantial" assistance to three criminal investigations. (12/04/18) Judge delayed sentencing and ordered parties to file a status report on March 13. (12/18/18)
George Papadopoulos Campaign foreign policy adviser (2016) Pled guilty to one count of making false statements to federal investigators. (10/30/17) Sentenced to 14 days in prison, a year of supervision, 200 hours of community service, and a $9,500 fine. (09/07/18) Reported to a minimum-security prison in Wisconsin to serve out his sentence. (11/26/18)