August 22, 2023 The latest on the Georgia 2020 election subversion case

7:26 p.m. ET, August 22, 2023

12 defendants in the Fulton County election case have reached bail agreements. Here is the state of affairs

By CNN's Hannah Rabinowitz

Twelve defendants in the Fulton County criminal case over efforts to overturn Georgia's 2020 presidential election have reached bail agreements with prosecutors that have been signed by a judge.

Two of those defendants – John Eastman and Scott Hall – surrendered to be held at the Fulton County Jail on Tuesday and were released.

Former President Donald Trump plans to surrender to Fulton County authorities on Thursday.

A total of 19 defendants were charged in the case. They have to report within a deadline on Friday.

Here is the status of the bond agreements:

Donald Trump

  • Bond: $200,000 bond
  • Booked: No

John Eastman: Trump lawyer

  • Bond: $100,000 bond
  • Booked: Yes

Jenna Ellis: Trump campaign lawyer

Kenneth Chesebro: Pro-Trump lawyer

David Shafer: Georgia GOP Chairman and Wrong Voter

Cathy Latham: Fake GOP voter linked to Coffee County violation

Mike Roman: Trump campaign official

Ray Smith: Trump campaign lawyer

Scott Hall: Bail bondsman related to Coffee County violation

  • Bail: $10,000
  • Booked: Yes

Shawn Still: Wrong GOP voter

Stephen Lee: Pastor is linked to intimidation of poll workers

Robert Cheeley: Attorney who has brought fraud claims

  • Bond: $50,000 bond
  • Booked: No

Bond deals for these defendants have yet to be announced:

  • Mark Meadows: White House Chief of Staff
  • Rudy Giuliani: Trump lawyer
  • Jeffrey Clark: Top Justice Department official
  • Harrison Floyd: Leader of Black Votes for Trump
  • Trevian Kutty: Publicist in connection with the intimidation of election workers
  • Sidney Powell: Trump campaign lawyer
  • Misty Hampton: Coffee County Election Supervisor