Former President Donald Trump surrendered at the Fulton County jail in the fourth criminal case against him – and the second for conspiring with others to overturn the results of the 2020 election he lost in Georgia. USA Today provided an in-depth overview of what would happen when the former president surrendered, including whether he would get his first mug shot.
For insight from a former Atlanta-area prosecutor, USA Today turned to Knowles Gallant Timmons Partner Chris Timmons. The trial attorney said, “We’re in uncharted waters at this point. We haven’t had a former United States president or anyone with Secret Service protection booked into the Fulton County jail.”
Read more from USA Today about this unusual case here.