ATLANTA — Former New York City Mayor and attorney for Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, negotiated his bond and turned himself in at the Fulton County Jail Wednesday after being indicted in the Georgia election interference investigation.
Giuliani and former President Donald Trump, along with 17 others, were indicted last week for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election here in Georgia.
Several of the others who have been indicted have already turned themselves in at this point.
We just got in this statement from the Secret Service about Thursday with former President Donald Trump coming to Atlanta to turn himself in:
“While the U.S. Secret Service does not comment on specific protective means or methods, we are working in coordination with the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office, the Atlanta Police Department, and the Georgia State Patrol to ensure procedures are in place to preserve the safety and security of the former president, while allowing the normal legal process to be carried out. We have complete trust and confidence in all of our supporting law enforcement partners, and appreciate their continued professionalism and commitment to security.”
Jenna Ellis has been booked in the Fulton County Jail.
Rudy Giuliani spotted at bail bondsman’s office along Rice Street.
Rudy Guiliani has been booked in the Fulton County Jail.
Rudy Giuliani arrives at the Fulton County Jail to turn himself in and be processed.
Attorney Sidney Powell has been booked into the Fulton County Jail.
Bond has been set at $150,000 for Rudy Giuliani.
Defendant Jeffrey Clark’s attorneys have been spotted at the Fulton County Courthouse.
Giuliani’s attorneys leave Fulton County Courthouse.
Two of Rudy Giuliani’s attorneys have arrived at the courthouse and are headed to the third floor, where the DA’s office is located. Both attorneys, Brian Tevas and John Esposito, declined to comment.
Rudy Giuliani’s plane lands at Peachtree-DeKalb Airport.
Former Trump attorney Sidney Powell has negotiated a $100,000 bond.
Early Wednesday morning, David Shafer and Cathy Latham turned themselves in. Later in the morning, Ray Smith and Kenneth Chesebro turned themselves in. Both are former attorneys for former President Donald Trump.
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