Atlanta bail bondsman, Scott Hall, a co-defendant in the Fulton County case against ex-President Donald Trump, pleaded guilty to five charges on Friday. Hall was “allegedly among a group of people who breached a Coffee County election office on Jan. 7, 2021.” A negotiation with District Attorney Fani Willis resulted in Hall’s agreement to a five-year probationary term, following his indictment a month ago.

Hall and Trump. Facebook.

After negotiating with the prosecution, Hall received a sentence of 5 years probation, a fine of $5,000, and an obligation to complete 200 community service hours. Additional terms of his probation include abstaining from any polling-related activities, penning an apology letter to the residents of Georgia, and providing truthful testimony in subsequent trials related to the case.

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