The Fourth Indictment against Donald Trump and his allies is at the forefront of American news today. The Fulton County, Georgia criminal case with direct references to the attempts at overturning the 2020 election is at hand.
Donald Trump reportedly will turn himself in on Thursday, August 24, 2023, in Fulton County, Georgia. A bond agreement has been reached for $200,000.This is an agreement with prosecutors and signed by the judge.
John Eastman ( $100,000 Bond) and Scott Hall ($10,000 Bond)— surrendered and were booked at the Fulton County jail on Tuesday, August 22, 2023. They have been released.
The following is the most current information to date on the members listed in the indictment.
Donald Trump- Bond: $200,000 bond, Booked-No
John Eastman-Trump lawyer- Bond: $100,000 bond, Booked-Yes
Jenna Ellis- Trump campaign lawyer- Bond- $100,000, Booked- No
Kenneth Chesebro- Pro-Trump lawyer- Bond: $100,000, Booked-N0
David Shafer- Georgia GOP chair and fake elector- Bond: $75,000, Booked- No
Cathy Latham- Fake GOP elector tied to Coffee County breach- Bond: $75,000, Booked- No
Mike Roman- Trump campaign official- Bond- $50,000, Booked- No
Ray Smith- Trump campaign attorney- Bond- $50,000, Booked- No
Scott Hall- Bail bondsman tied to Coffee County breach- Bond- $10,000, Booked- Yes
Shawn Still- Fake GOP elector- Bond- $10,000, Booked- No
Stephen Lee- Pastor tied to intimidation of election workers- Bond: $75,000, Booked- No
Robert Cheeley- Lawyer who promoted fraud claims- Bond- $50,000, Booked- No
The bond arrangements for the following have yet to be disclosed:
Mark Meadows- White House Chief of Staff
Rudy Giuliani- Trump's lawyer
Jeffrey Clark: Top Justice Department official
Harrison Floyd- Leader of Black Voices for Trump
Trevian Kutti- Publicist tied to intimidation of election workers
Sidney Powell- Trump campaign lawyer
Misty Hampton- Coffee County elections supervisor
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