Hall, 59, a bail bondsman, pleaded guilty to five counts of conspiracy to commit intentional interference with performance of election duties.
He will receive five years of probation and agreed to testify in further proceedings as part of the deal.
Hall had been charged with racketeering and a half-dozen conspiracy charges related to the alleged tampering with election equipment in Coffee County.
Other co-defendants in the charges dealing with the election equipment include Sidney Powell, whose trial is scheduled to start Oct. 23; Cathy Latham and Misty Hampton.
Hall was indicted on charges of helping employees of an electronic forensics company, SullivanStrickler, tamper with ballot markers and tabulating machines while inside the Coffee County elections office, according to the indictment.
The conspiracy charges covered election fraud, computer theft, invasion of privacy and defrauding the state.
Hall allegedly flew from DeKalb-Peachtree Airport to Douglas Municipal Airport in Coffee County on Jan. 7, 2021, to help with the unlawful breach of equipment, according to the indictment.
Hall also allegedly investigated potential election fraud contacting other co-defendants, including former assistant attorney general Jeffrey Clark and Robert Cheeley, according to the indictment.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Scott Hall becomes first Trump co-defendant in Georgia to plead guilty
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