Jenna Ellis, the former lawyer for former President Donald Trump, has pleaded guilty in Georgia to her involvement in a plan to interfere with the state’s 2020 election. Ellis pleaded guilty to two charges: conspiracy to commit offense against the state related to her participation in a ballot-curing scheme and false writings concerning her own voter registration. She was charged for her role in developing and carrying out a plan to challenge the validity of legal absentee ballots and disrupt the election. She is currently on probation and is not expected to face jail time. Ellis’ guilty plea is the first prosecution related to claims that the Trump campaign sought to interfere with the 2020 election. The plea comes after a lengthy investigation into the activities of Ellis and other individuals involving the election. Ellis previously served as a senior legal adviser to the Trump campaign and as a senior adviser to the president’s 2020 reelection effort.