Former President Donald Trump and several co-defendants in the sweeping Georgia racketeering case are expected to work out the terms of their bond Monday with the Fulton County district attorney’s office, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter. Donald Trump’s legal team has arrived at the Fulton County courthouse where they are expected to meet with the district attorney’s office and negotiate the terms of the former president’s bond and release conditions, sources told CNN.
In a typical case in Fulton County when police make an arrest, the arrestee is booked into jail and must appear before a magistrate judge within 72 hours. That most likely won’t be the case for the defendants in this racketeering case. Because they have already been indicted and are expected to negotiate the terms of release and bond before surrendering at the jail, they most likely won’t have an initial court appearance, attorneys told CNN.
Read the full article. Earlier today Trump’s co-defendants John Eastman and Scott Hall agreed to $100,000 and $10,000 bonds, respectively.
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