The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, will voluntarily report to the Fulton County Jail in Georgia at the end of next week. Trump and 18 of his associates face criminal charges in an attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia. According to the decision of the prosecutor's office, the accused have the opportunity to voluntarily surrender to the authorities until 25 August.

Before that date, the ex-president's lawyers will negotiate with the district attorney's office on bail. If the judge does not approve the bail agreement, Donald Trump will remain in jail. The Fulton County Sheriff has previously said he intends to treat Trump and his associates in the same way as other defendants. This means they can be photographed and fingerprinted.

Four criminal cases have already been opened against Trump, in which a total of 91 charges have been brought against him. In addition to the election violation case in Georgia, Trump has been charged with illegal handling of classified documents, attempted election fraud, and misappropriation of campaign funds.