Scott Hall was the first of 19 people to surrender at the Fulton County Jail.
Scott Graham Hall, one of 18 co-defendants with former President Donald Trump, was booked into the Fulton County Jail Tuesday morning, according to the Fulton County Inmate Records Database.
Hall, a Georgia bail bondsman, is among those charged with conspiracy to commit voter fraud in Coffee County.
He is yet to be released, according to the database.
Hall is facing seven charges, including one count of violating the Georgia RICO Act; two counts of conspiracy to rig the election; Conspiracy to steal a computer; conspiracy to hack computers; Conspiracy to attack computer privacy; and conspiracy to defy the State.
Trump and the other defendants have until Friday to voluntarily surrender to authorities.
On Monday night, former President Donald Trump wrote on his social media platform that he wants to surrender in Georgia on Thursday.
The complaint alleges that Trump and the other defendants “refused to accept that Trump had lost and that they knowingly and willfully joined in a conspiracy to unlawfully alter the election results in Trump’s favor.”
Trump himself faces 13 lawsuits over the allegations.
ABC News’ Meredith Deliso contributed to this report.
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