John Eastman Agrees to $100,000 Bond in Georgia Election Case

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According to court documents, John Eastman was reportedly the first of the 18 co-defendants of former President Trump indicted in Georgia to strike a bond deal.

The pretrial release restrictions for Eastman, a Trump supporter involved in efforts to rig the 2020 election, were approved by the judge on Monday. Later that day, the judge also approved the requirements for Trump and at least three other co-defendants.

According to court documents, Eastman consented to a $100,000 bond that was based on the accusations he is facing.

The other defendants accepted $10,000, $50,000, and $100,000 bonds.

The agreements, often referred to as consent bond orders, forbid individuals from speaking with anyone they believe to be a co-defendant or a witness in the case without first seeking legal counsel.

Trump’s bond had higher standards and a $200,000 price tag.

In a 41-count racketeering indictment stemming from alleged attempts to rig the state’s 2020 election, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) last week indicted Trump and 18 additional individuals.

The fourth indictment against the former president, who has denied wrongdoing, was brought by this one.

All of the defendants, many of whom are advisers and attorneys to Trump, have until Friday at noon to surrender, according to Willis.

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