Donald Trump's bail has been set at $200,000 (£157,000) and he has been ordered not to send threatening messages on social media while awaiting his trial in Georgia amid allegations that he tried to steal his Reversing 2020 election defeat, court filings say.
The agreement signed by Trumps Attorneys and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis have banned the former US President from intimidating any co-defendants, witnesses or victims in the case.
“The above includes, but is not limited to, social media posts or reposts of another person's social media posts,” the order said.
Trump is also prohibited from communicating in any way with fellow defendants or witnesses about the facts of the case, except through attorneys.
Trump was indicted in the Georgia case last week along with 18 co-defendantsthe fourth indictment against the former president this year.
Charges include “inciting a public official to break an oath,” that is, attempting to persuade someone to betray their office.
The 13 counts of indictment against Trump also include counterfeiting and extortionmost commonly used to combat members of organized crime groups.
Under Georgia's Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Law, it is a criminal offense to engage in, gain control of, or gain control of, or conspire to engage in an “enterprise” through a “pattern of extortion activity.” .
The plan does not have to have been successful to be classified as a criminal.
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The accused must turn themselves in or face arrest
Ms Willis has given Trump and his 18 co-defendants until noon on Friday to turn themselves in at the Fulton County Jail and face arrest.
Prosecutors have proposed the trial begin on March 4, 2024, while Trump's attorneys have called for a 2026 start.
Several of his allies and closest advisers have been indicted, including former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Trump's former attorney and ex-New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and former Attorney General Jeffrey Clark.
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Trump narrowly lost to Joe Biden in Georgia and his lawyers made false allegations of voter fraud.
In January 2021, the audio recording of a call from Trump to the Foreign Minister of Georgia also surfaced, in which he suggested that election officials could “find” the votes he needed to win.
The former president is already defending several other cases a year before hoping to retake the presidency.
The most serious claim he planned to reverse his electoral defeatwhat leads to Riots in the US Capitol.
He is also accused of that kept national security documents at his Florida home Mar-a-Lago when he left office.
The former president has denied any wrongdoing.