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Two Co-Defendants of Former US President Donald Trump Case Surrender To Fulton County Jail

Carlos De Oliveira, center, an employee of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, leaves a court appearance with attorney John Irving, left, at the James Lawrence King Federal Justice Building, Monday, July 31, 2023, in Miami. De Oliveira, Mar-a-Lago's property manager, was added last week to the indictment with Trump and the former president's valet, Walt Nauta, in the federal case alleging a plot to illegally keep top-secret records at Trump's Florida estate and thwart government efforts to retrieve them. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

On Thursday, the first two co-defendants of former President Donald Trump to surrender were two of the 19 individuals indicted in Georgia for allegedly attempting to rig the 2020 election.

Trump co-defendants who were arrested in August along with former President Donald Trump (Photo: NBC News)

Trump’s co-defendant in the Trump case surrendered

On Tuesday, two of the 18 Trump co-defendants who were arrested in August along with former President Donald Trump turned themselves into the Fulton County jail.

According to CBS News, one of the Trump co-defendant conservative attorneys John Eastman was charged with having a “key role” in a plot to send a different slate of electors to Congress in an effort to “disrupt and delay the joint session of Congress” on January 6, 2021, with the goal of changing the outcome of the 2020 election. A Fulton County grand jury charged Scott Hall, an Atlanta bail bondsman, with planning to gain unauthorized access to voter information and voting machines at the Coffee County election office on January 7, 2021, according to CNN.

According to the outlet, Eastman also a Trump co-defendant was charged with sending an email instructing the Georgia electors for Trump to meet on December 14, 2020, sign six sets of certificates of vote, and mail them “to the President of the Senate and to other officials.”

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The indictment of the co-defendant

A former Justice Department also a Trump co-defendant attorney Jeffrey Clark and former Georgia Republican Party chairman David Shafer are two other defendants who are requesting that their cases be transferred from Fulton County Superior Court to a federal district court in Atlanta.

The claims in the indictment of Trump’s co-defendant are related to Clark’s work at the Justice Department and with the former president, according to a document made by Clark’s attorneys with the U.S. district court on Monday. They claimed that because Clark was at the time a “federal officer,” any legal action against him arising from his time in the executive branch must be heard in federal court.

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