Co-Defendant in Georgia Election Case Negotiates Bail Agreement

Co-Defendant in Georgia Election Case Negotiates Bail Agreement

According to court records, Harrison Floyd, the only co-defendant in the Georgia election case who was not released after surrendering, has negotiated his bail. A judge signed off on a $100,000 bond agreement for Floyd on Tuesday, five days after he was detained at the Fulton County Jail. According to jail records, Floyd has not been released as of Wednesday morning.

Floyd, a leader of Black Voices for Trump, is accused of trying to convince Fulton County election worker Ruby Freeman to make false statements about election operations on Election Day 2020 under the guise of offering her help. He is charged with racketeering, conspiracy to commit solicitation of false statements and writings, and influencing witnesses.
Unlike his 18 co-defendants who negotiated their bail in advance, Floyd surrendered at the jail without prior arrangements. A judge initially denied bail for Floyd, deeming him a potential flight risk. Floyd has been detained at the facility since his surrender.

It is worth noting that Floyd was arrested earlier this year for allegedly assaulting an FBI agent serving him a grand jury subpoena. Floyd’s arraignment is scheduled for next Wednesday.

Author: CrimeDoor

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