First Trump election interference defendant surrenders in Georgia

According to the Fulton County Inmate Record Database, Scott Hall, one of the 18 co-defendants charged in the Georgia election tampering case with former President Donald Trump, 

was booked at the Fulton County Jail on Tuesday morning.

One of individuals accused of planning to conduct electoral fraud in Coffee County is Hall, a bail bondsman from Georgia.

The database states that he has not yet been released.

Trump's bond was set at $200,000 in the Georgia case, and social media threats were included.

In a broad racketeering indictment, Trump and 18 other people were accused of attempting to have the Georgia 2020 presidential election results annulled. 

The former president claims that the investigation is politically motivated and that his acts were not unlawful.

The seven allegations against Hall, a bail bondsman in Georgia, include two counts of conspiracy to conduct election fraud.

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