4 Donald Trump Georgia co-defendants’ court documents being unsealed
Letters of apology from Sidney Powell, Kenneth Chesebro, Scott Hall and Jenna Ellis may soon be available.
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - The Fulton County judge overseeing the massive indictment of former President Donald Trump has ordered court records unsealed for the four of the 19 co-defendants who have reached plea deals.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee issued the ruling Oct. 27, 2023.
Hall was the first co-defendant to reach a plea deal with Fulton County DA Fani Willis’ office. Hall has received 12 months of probation for each count for a total of five years probation and agree to perform 200 hours of community service; pay a $5,000 fine; write a letter of apology; and testify in upcoming court proceedings, among other conditions.
Then came Powell, who agreed to six years probation; pay a $6,000 fine and a $2,700 restitution; write a letter of apology; an agreement to testify against other co-defendants; and an agreement that she cannot interact with any witnesses, co-defendants or members of the media.
Next was Chesebro, who pleaded guilty to a felony charge of filing false documents as it related to Georgia’s 2020 presidential election. He received five years’ probation; a $5,000 fine; and agreed to write an apology letter and perform 100 hours of community service.
Ellis reached an agreement days later; she was sentenced to five years of probation along with a $5,000 fine, 100 hours of community service, to writing an apology letter, and testifying in future trials.
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