In a recent development from the Fulton County Superior Court, details surrounding former President Donald J. Trump’s bond have been disclosed. The case, presided over by Judge Scott McAfee, has been a focal point of national attention.
The court document shows that Trump faces multiple counts, including violations of the Georgia RICO Act, criminal conspiracy, criminal solicitation, filing false documents, and making false statements. The bond for these charges has been set at a cumulative total of $200,000. The bond can be posted as cash, through a commercial surety, or via the Fulton County Jail’s 10% program.
The conditions of the bond are stringent. Trump is mandated not to violate any laws, whether they be of Georgia, any other state, the United States, or any local jurisdiction. This is a standard condition, ensuring that the defendant remains law-abiding while awaiting trial.
Furthermore, Trump is required to appear in court as directed. He is also prohibited from intimidating any person known to be a co-defendant or witness in this case. This includes making direct or indirect threats against any co-defendant, witness, victim, or the community. The order explicitly mentions that this includes posts on social media or reposts made by another