Harrison Floyd is the only co-defendant who has not signed a bond arrangement because the court determined that he poses a flight risk.
Harrison Floyd head of Black Voices Convicted with no Bail
Harrison Floyd was the only one of the 18 co-defendants in the Fulton County election interference case to be denied bond by a court on Friday. The former Black Voices for Trump leader has a history of political activism and legal issues.
In accordance with Georgia state law, defendants must be found to have no “significant risk of fleeing” and no “threat or danger to any person” or of committing a felony in order to be released on bail. On Friday, Fulton County Judge Emily Richardson denied bond for Harrison Floyd after finding that he did not.
Harrison Floyd’s bond conditions “will be addressed,” according to Richardson’s ruling on Friday, but the specific terms are ultimately up to Fulton County Judge Scott McAfee, who is in charge of the case. However, Floyd has disputed the validity of the bond decision, saying Richardson on Friday that there is no way he is a flight risk. I arrived here before the president did.
Harrison Floyd is One of Trump’s 19 Co-Defendants
Harrison Floyd, the head of Black Voices for Trump, turned himself in on Thursday and is currently being held at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, Georgia.
Judge Emily Richardson stated, “I do find that based on the open charge against you there are grounds for bond to be denied at this stage.
Harrison Floyd is the only one of the 19 co-defendants who did not agree to a bond before turning himself in to authorities. He said that having a lawyer represent him in court would be too expensive.