The former New York mayor has agreed to a $150,000 bond. As part of the bond order negotiated Wednesday between Giuliani’s attorneys and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ office, Giuliani agreed to follow other rules that have similarly been imposed on his co-defendants in the case, including not talking about the case with co-defendants and witnesses except through counsel.
In the indictment handed up last week, Giuliani, who worked as one of former President Donald Trump’s most outspoken attorneys in 2020, was charged with 13 crimes, including breaking the state’s racketeering act, engaging in various criminal conspiracies, and soliciting a public officer in the state to violate their oath.
Giuliani aided Trump’s efforts to reverse the election results in the Peach State, promoting unhinged conspiracy theories about the election and pushing lies about widespread fraud there at a hearing before state lawmakers.
Giuliani also supported the fake elector scheme, and he spoke at Trump’s infamous rally that preceded the US Capitol attack on January 6, 2021, in favor of then-Vice President Mike Pence using his role in the Electoral College certification process to nullify Biden’s win.