July 16, 2024

One of the co-defendants of former President Donald Trump in the Fulton County (Georgia) election interference case, Scott Hall, has pled guilty to five counts, according to news reports:


Bail bondsman Scott Hall on Friday became the first defendant in the Fulton County election interference case to take a plea agreement with prosecutors, signaling the probe has entered a dynamic new phase.

During an impromptu hearing before Fulton Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee, Hall, with his attorney by his side, pleaded guilty to five misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit intentional interference with the performance of election duties.

Hall agreed to testify truthfully when called, five years probation, a $5,000 fine, 200 hours of community service and a ban on polling and election administration-related activities. He also recorded a statement for prosecutors and pledged to pen a letter of apology to Georgia voters.

Hall’s indictment happened in August, “in connection with the breach of sensitive voting data in Coffee County in South Georgia on Jan. 7, 2021. He had been charged with racketeering and six felony counts of conspiracy.”


The report continued:

The agreement is a victory for prosecutors, who are preparing for at least two sets of trials involving what is now 18 defendants. Jury selection for the trial involving the first two defendants, Sidney Powell and Kenneth Chesebro, is slated to begin on Oct. 20.

Prosecutors could call Hall to testify against Powell, who is also indicted for her alleged role in the Coffee County events.

Neither a spokesperson for District Attorney Fani Willis’ office nor Powell’s attorney provided comment, at the time of this writing.

RedState will provide further updates and details as they become available.

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