Posted BY: Kara | NwoReport

Fulton County, Georgia’s Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee has finalized the terms of former President Donald Trump’s bond, setting it at $200,000 as he faces charges related to an alleged conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election. The judge’s order, signed on Monday, outlines stringent bail conditions aimed at preventing Trump from intimidating witnesses or co-defendants during his trial.

Under these strict conditions, Trump is explicitly prohibited from intimidating anyone he knows to be a co-defendant or witness in the case. This extends to avoiding actions that could obstruct the administration of justice, including threats against codefendants, witnesses, victims, and even the community or community property.

The order emphasizes that this restriction encompasses social media activities, encompassing both original posts and reposts made by others. In addition to these restrictions, Trump is barred from direct or indirect communication with co-defendants and witnesses about the case, except through their legal representatives.

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The bond’s detailed breakdown assigns specific amounts to various charges brought against Trump, including violations of the Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, criminal solicitation, criminal conspiracy, and filing false documents. The cumulative sum of these charges tallies up to the $200,000 bond amount.

Trump and his 18 co-defendants are required to surrender to Fulton County authorities by noon on Friday, indicating a swift progression in the legal proceedings. As this case unfolds, the stringent bail conditions underscore the court’s commitment to ensuring a fair trial without undue influence or interference. This development showcases the thoroughness of the legal process and the measures being taken to uphold justice while allowing the accused parties their due rights within the bounds of the law.