Scott Hall's Guilty Plea Is 'Perilous' for Sidney Powell

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Former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell faces growing legal challenges in the 2020 Georgia election subversion case.

Powell, known for her "Kraken" lawsuits, was indicted in August with 17 others on felony charges related to election interference.

Bail bondsman Scott Hall, a co-defendant, pleaded guilty and is set to testify against Powell, potentially with incriminating evidence.

Legal analyst Glenn Kirschner predicts that Hall's testimony could lead to a guilty verdict for Powell.

Kirschner suggests Hall's testimony might compel Powell to enter a guilty plea herself.

Legal experts speculate that Hall's plea deal could create a chain reaction, affecting other co-defendants and even former President Donald Trump.

Powell has pleaded not guilty to seven felony counts, including racketeering and conspiracy to commit election fraud.

Trump, also facing multiple charges, maintains his innocence while campaigning for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.