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First co-defendant in Trump Georgia election case pleads guilty

  • A bail bondsman charged in the Georgia election interference case has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges, becoming the first defendant to accept a plea deal.
  • The defendant, Hall, pleaded guilty to five counts of conspiracy to commit intentional interference with election duties and will receive five years of probation, a fine, community service, and must testify against other defendants.
  • This plea deal is a significant development in the case and a victory for the Fulton County District Attorney as she pursues a racketeering case against the former president and others involved.
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