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Trump’s first co-defendant in the Fulton County case turns himself in

Washington — Scott Hall, a Georgia bail bondsman who is one of the Charged 19 people in Georgia for alleged efforts to overturn the result of the 2020 election, he turned himself in to authorities on Tuesday, making him the first co-defendant of former President Donald Trump to surrender.

Fulton County inmate records show Hall, who faces seven charges in the racketeering case brought by District Attorney Fani Willis, was booked Tuesday. His bond was set at $10,000 – a $4,000 bond for Georgia extortion lawand a $1,000 bond for each of the remaining six conspiracy counts, according to a statement of consent.

A Fulton County grand jury answered one Indictment of 41 points last week, including allegations that Hall participated in a scheme to access election equipment and voter data in Coffee County, Georgia. The indictment accuses Trump and 18 others of participating in a “criminal enterprise” aimed at reversing the former president’s electoral loss in Georgia.

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Willis gave that charge to afternoon Friday to surrender to the authorities. Trump, who is yet to make a plea but has denied all allegations, said Monday night he will turn himself in on Thursday.

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