Sidney Powell, a former lawyer for Donald Trump who pushed baseless claims of election fraud, has pleaded guilty to six charges in the Georgia election interference case. Powell, who faced up to 10 years in prison, reached a plea deal with prosecutors and agreed to testify at the trial of 18 co-defendants, including the former president. She also has to write an apology letter to the citizens of Georgia and pay a fine. Powell was accused of leading a group of Trump supporters who breached the election system in Coffee County, Georgia, in January 2021, in an attempt to prove that the election was rigged against Trump. The incident was part of a wider effort by Trump and his allies to overturn the results of the 2020 election, which he lost to Joe Biden. Powell’s guilty plea is a significant development in the Georgia election interference case, which is being prosecuted by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. Willis has said that she is pursuing the case to uphold the integrity of the democratic process and to hold those who tried to subvert it accountable. Powell is the second person to plead guilty in the case, after bail bondsman Scott Hall, who was also involved in the Coffee County breach. Powell’s testimony could provide crucial evidence against the other defendants, especially Trump, who has continued to deny any wrongdoing and has claimed that the case is politically motivated.