A federal judge has canceled former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort's Feb. 8 sentencing in his Virginia tax and bank-fraud case, CNBC reports. U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis reportedly wrote in a Monday filing that Manafort's “current dispute” in his separate Washington D.C. case makes it “prudent and appropriate to delay sentencing in this case.” Manafort pleaded guilty in the D.C. case to one count of conspiracy against the United States and one count of obstruction as part of a plea deal with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The plea deal later fell apart, however, after Mueller's team accused him of violating the deal by lying to prosecutors. He had been found guilty in Virginia of eight criminal counts, including tax fraud and bank fraud. His charges relate partly to his work on behalf of a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine before the 2016 election.