Former President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, voluntarily surrendered to Georgia authorities on state criminal charges related to his alleged efforts to overturn the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Giuliani’s mugshot was taken, and pertinent personal information was recorded before he was subsequently released on bail. The bail amount was established at $150,000.
The charges against Giuliani encompass an array of accusations, including making false statements and soliciting fabricated testimony. He is also alleged to have conspired to produce fraudulent documentation and urged state legislators to breach their sworn duties by appointing a substitute cohort of pro-Trump electors to the electoral college.
In response to the charges, Giuliani proclaimed, “This indictment is a travesty. It’s an attack on not just me, not just President Trump, not just the people in this indictment, some of whom I don’t even know – this is an attack on the American people.”
Concurrently, in the state of Georgia, former President Trump is slated to present himself today to face charges stemming from his purported endeavors to overturn the 2020 presidential election’s results. His bail has been established at $200,000.