BREAKING: Trump's bond set at $200,000 in Fulton County case

Count one, violation of the state RICO Act, received the highest bond amount of the 13 counts, at $80,000.

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2024 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s bond has been set at $200,000 after his lawyers met with the Fulton County District Attorney’s office on Monday.

The bond in total is $200,000, with count one, violation of the state RICO Act, receiving the highest bond amount of the 13 counts, at $80,000. The remaining 12 counts had a bond set at $10,000 each.

As part of the consent bond order, Trump has been ordered to "make no direct or indirect threat of any nature against" the codefendants, witnesses, victims, and the community, with this including "posts on social media or reposts of posts made by another individual on social media."

Trump has also been mandated to "not communicate in any way, directly or indirectly, about the facts of this case with any person known to him to be a codefendant in this case except through his or her counsel."

Trump and 18 others were indicted in Georgia last week, with Willis alleging that they worked to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia. 

The list of charges include: violation of the Georgia RICO Act, solicitation of violation of oath by public officer, false statements and writings, impersonating a public officer, conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer, forgery in the first degree, conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree, conspiracy to commit false statements and writings, criminal attempt to commit filing false documents, conspiracy to commit filing false documents, criminal attempt to commit influencing witnesses, influencing witnesses, conspiracy to commit election fraud, conspiracy to commit computer theft, conspiracy to commit computer trespass, conspiracy to commit computer invasion of privacy, conspiracy to defraud the state, and perjury.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, four of Trump’s co-defendants were also granted bond orders, with Kenneth Chesebro’s bond being set at $100,000 as well as John Eastman, Scott Hall’s bond being set at $10,000, and Ray Smith’s being set at $50,000.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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