A bail bondsman who was charged in the Georgia election meddling case with former President Donald Trump and 17 others pled guilty to misdemeanour charges, becoming the first defendant to accept a plea deal with prosecutors. The other defendants face felony charges in the case.
As part of the agreement, Scott Graham Hall will have to report to probation for a period of five years and has also promised to testify in any future cases. In addition to that, he was given the order to compose an apology letter to the people of Georgia, and he is not permitted to take part in any election-related activity. Read the full story here ▶