(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – On Monday, court papers revealed that in the case in Fulton County, Georgia, former President Donald Trump’s bond was set at $200,000. Trump was indicted in the state over his alleged participation in an illegal scheme that was looking to overturn the election results in the state in 2020.
A CNN report on Monday night noted that Trump was going to turn himself in at the Fulton County Jail on Thursday. According to the bond agreement, which is detailed in a document that both Trump’s defense attorneys and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis have signed, Trump is also blocked from intimidating any of his co-defendants, victims, or witnesses in any way, including on social media.
The order explicitly notes that Trump cannot make threats that are either direct or indirect toward those involved in the case. This also includes any social media posts made about any of the other individuals included in the case.
Trump is also blocked from communicating with co-defendants and witnesses about any of the case facts unless he does so through attorneys.
Trump is facing a total of 13 counts, 12 of which have a $10,000 bond each, while the bond for the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) charge has been set at $80,000. Trump has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and has slammed the case. He has also spoken against Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, who did not support his efforts to overturn the election, which Trump unfoundedly claims was fraudulent.
According to the deadline set by Willis, Trump and his co-defendants are required to turn themselves in to be booked at Fulton County Jail by Friday.
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