A Fulton County judge has set former President Donald Trump's bond at $200,000 in District Attorney Fani Willis' election interference case.
Trump and the other 18 defendants in the case have been given until Friday at noon to appear at the Fulton County Jail for processing.
The former president said Monday evening on his social media platform that he intends to surrender in Georgia on Thursday.
In addition to Trump, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee set bond Monday for attorneys John Eastman and Kenneth Chesebro at $100,000, for Ray Smith III at $50,000, and for Scott Hall at $10,000.
Trump's bond agreement says that includes "no direct or indirect threat" against codefendants or witnesses.
The bond can be paid through cash, a commercial surety, or a court program that requires a payment of 10% of the bond amount.
He is among those accused of conspiring to commit election fraud in Coffee County, according to the indictment. »