Former Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis pleaded responsible Tuesday morning within the Georgia election interference case, turning into the fourth defendant to simply accept a plea deal relatively than go to trial.
Ellis pleaded responsible in court docket to aiding and abetting false statements and writings.
Phrases of the plea settlement require her to serve 5 years of probation, pay $5,000 in restitution to the Georgia Secretary of State inside 30 days, and testify at hearings within the case.
Ellis can also be required to finish 100 hours of neighborhood service and write a letter of apology to the residents of the state of Georgia. Ellis additionally agreed to offer any requested paperwork or proof, not submit in regards to the case on social media and never contact any witnesses or the media till the case is closed.
Ellis served as Trump’s senior authorized adviser from February 2019 till shortly after leaving workplace in January 2021.