Atlanta Bail Bondsman Is First Trump Co-Defendant To Plead Guilty In RICO Case

  • Scott Hall, a co-defendant in the sweeping Fulton County racketeering indictment against former President Donald Trump, pleaded guilty to five charges on Friday.
  • Hall is a bail bondsman in the Atlanta area who was allegedly among a group of people who breached a Coffee County election office on Jan. 7, 2021. He pleaded guilty before Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee on Friday afternoon as part of a negotiated deal with prosecutors.
  • Hall will serve five years of probation as part of the sentencing agreement, McAfee said during a hearing Friday afternoon. He will also have to pay a total of $5,000 and serve 200 hours of community service.
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