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Trump Georgia case: Here are mug shots for everyone who has surrendered

All 19 defendants have been booked on election fraud charges at the Fulton County Jail.

Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photos: Fulton County Sheriff's Office (19), Getty Images (3)
Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photos: Fulton County Sheriff's Office (19), Getty Images (3)

Donald Trump turned himself in to authorities Thursday night at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, where the former president was booked on charges stemming from his attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 election in Georgia.

Last week, Trump and 18 of his allies were indicted by a grand jury on racketeering charges, accused of orchestrating a “criminal enterprise” to subvert his loss in the state.

All 19 of those charged by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis have turned themselves in after they were given until Friday at noon to voluntarily surrender at the notorious Atlanta lockup, where they each underwent a medical evaluation, were fingerprinted and had their mug shots taken.

Eleven of Trump's co-defendants — including Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s former personal lawyer, and Mark Meadows, his former White House chief of staff — turned themselves in earlier this week.

Here are the mug shots of all those who have surrendered in Georgia and what they've been charged with:

Donald J. Trump, former U.S. president

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

13 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Solicitation of violation of oath by public officer

• Conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer

• Conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree

• Conspiracy to commit false statements and writings

• Conspiracy to commit filing false documents

• Filing false documents

• False statements and writings

Mark Meadows, former White House chief of staff

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

2 counts:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Solicitation of violation of oath by public officer

Jeffrey Clark, former Justice Department official

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

2 counts:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Criminal attempt to commit false statements and writings

Rudy Giuliani, Trump's former personal lawyer

Rudy Giuliani in front of a badge saying Sheriff, Fulton County Sheriff's Office, Patrick Labat.
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

13 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act

• Solicitation of violation of oath by public officer

• False statements and writings

• Conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer

• Conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree

• Conspiracy to commit false statements and writings

• Conspiracy to commit filing false documents

Michael Roman, Republican strategist

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

7 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer

• Conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree

• Conspiracy to commit false statements and writings

• Conspiracy to commit filing false documents

Shawn Still, Georgia Republican state senator

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

7 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Impersonating a public officer

• Forgery in the first degree

• False statements and writings

• Criminal attempt to commit filing false documents

Stephen Lee, police chaplain

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

5 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Criminal attempt to commit influencing witnesses

• Conspiracy to commit solicitation of false statements and writings

• Influencing witnesses

Trevian Kutti, publicist

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

3 counts:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Conspiracy to commit solicitation of false statements and writings

• Influencing witnesses

Robert Cheeley, attorney based in Georgia

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

10 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer

• Conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree

• Conspiracy to commit false statements and writings

• Conspiracy to commit filing false documents

• Solicitation of violation of oath by public officer

• False statements and writings

• Perjury

Misty Hampton, Coffee County elections supervisor

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

7 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Conspiracy to commit election fraud

• Conspiracy to commit computer theft

• Conspiracy to commit computer trespass

• Conspiracy to commit computer invasion of privacy

• Conspiracy to defraud the state

Harrison Floyd, Black Voices for Trump organizer

Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

3 counts:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Conspiracy to commit solicitation of false statements and writings

• Influencing witnesses

Sidney Powell, attorney

Mug shot of Sidney Powell.
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

7 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Conspiracy to commit election fraud

• Conspiracy to commit computer theft

• Conspiracy to commit computer trespass

• Conspiracy to commit computer invasion of privacy

• Conspiracy to defraud the state

Jenna Ellis, attorney

Mug shot of Jenna Ellis.
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

2 counts:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Solicitation of violation of oath by public officer

Cathleen Latham, Coffee County GOP chair

Mug shot of Cathleen Latham.
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

11 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Impersonating a public officer

• Forgery in the first degree

• False statements and writings

• Criminal attempt to commit filing false documents

• Conspiracy to commit election fraud

• Conspiracy to commit computer theft

• Conspiracy to commit computer trespass

• Conspiracy to commit computer invasion of privacy

• Conspiracy to defraud the state

David Shafer, chairman of the Georgia GOP

Mug shot of David Shafer.
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

8 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Impersonating a public officer

• Forgery in the first degree

• False statements and writings

• Criminal attempt to commit filing false documents

Kenneth Chesebro, attorney

Mug shot of Kenneth Chesebro.
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

7 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer

• Conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree

• Conspiracy to commit false statements and writings

• Conspiracy to commit filing false documents

Ray Stallings Smith, attorney for Trump’s 2020 campaign in Georgia

Mug shot of Ray Stallings Smith.
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

12 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Solicitation of violation of oath by a public office

• False statements and writings

• Conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer

• Conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree

• Conspiracy to commit false statements and writings

• Conspiracy to commit filing false documents

John Eastman, Trump’s former lawyer

Mug shot of John Eastman.
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

9 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Solicitation of violation of oath by public officer

• Conspiracy to commit impersonating a public officer

• Conspiracy to commit forgery in the first degree

• Conspiracy to commit false statements and writings

• Conspiracy to commit filing false documents

• Filing false documents

Scott Hall, Fulton County GOP poll watcher

Mug shot of Scott Hall.
Fulton County Sheriff's Office

7 counts, including:

• Violation of the Georgia RICO Act

• Conspiracy to commit election fraud

• Conspiracy to commit computer theft

• Conspiracy to commit computer trespass

• Conspiracy to commit computer invasion of privacy

• Conspiracy to defraud the state