Shocking Confessions: Trump Attorney Jenna Ellis Spills the Beans in Georgia Election Case!

Jenna Ellis pleads guilty in the Georgia election case, revealing shocking details. Dive into the latest twists in this high-profile legal saga.

Jenna Ellis pleads guilty in the Georgia election case
Trump’s attorney Jenna Ellis pleads guilty in the Georgia election case.

Attorney Jenna Ellis has pleaded guilty in the Georgia election interference case, marking the fourth defendant to do so. This case revolves around a broad racketeering investigation aimed at maintaining then-President Donald Trump’s position after his 2020 loss to Joe Biden.

Last week, lawyers Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell also entered guilty pleas just before their trial was scheduled to start. Bail bondsman Scott Hall had previously pleaded guilty in September.

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As part of her plea agreement, Ellis admitted to one felony count of aiding and abetting false statements and writings, despite facing two charges, including racketeering. The terms of her agreement involve five years of probation, a $5,000 restitution to the Georgia secretary of state’s office, 100 hours of community service, and a letter of apology to the people of Georgia.

Ellis’ charge stemmed from a December 3, 2020, subcommittee hearing of Georgia’s Senate Judiciary Committee, during which Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Ray Smith made unfounded claims of widespread election fraud. Giuliani and Smith, who are co-defendants in the case, alleged that thousands of minors, felons, and deceased individuals voted in Georgia’s 2020 election. Ellis pleaded guilty to aiding this testimony, which was intended to persuade the legislature to reject Biden’s victory in Georgia.

Prosecutor Daysha Young emphasized that the false statements were made with a reckless disregard for the truth during the plea hearing.

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Ellis became emotional as she addressed the court, expressing regret for not ensuring the accuracy of the claims made by other lawyers and admitting her failure in due diligence. She stated, “I believe in and I value election integrity. If I knew then what I know now, I would have declined to represent Donald Trump in these post-election challenges.”

Earlier this year, Jenna Ellis was censured by a Colorado judge for making repeated false statements about the 2020 presidential election.

Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee has not yet set a trial date for the remaining co-defendants in Georgia, including Trump. The former president’s federal election interference trial is scheduled to begin in March, making it unlikely for a Georgia trial to commence before next spring.

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