Lawyer: Trump 'Can't Be Trusted to Show Up' for Georgia Arrest

According to a legal expert, Donald Trump's $200,000 bond approval in the Georgia election,

tampering case is noteworthy because it implies that he "cannot be trusted" to turn himself in to authorities for processing.

The former president's release was approved by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee on Monday,

marking the first time Trump has been required to post bond in any of the four criminal cases he is associated with.

The bond agreement states that Trump may post bond in cash, commercial surety,

or through Fulton County's Jail 10 percent program, whereby Trump may pay 10% of the bail if the Fulton County Sheriff's,

office approves. It also states that Trump may not attempt to intimidate any potential witnesses.

Trump and the 18 other suspects must turn themselves up by noon on Friday, August 23,

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