Sidney Powell, one of 18 co-defendants in Trump's Georgia election interference case, has taken a plea deal.

Sidney Powell, one of 18 co-defendants in Trump's Georgia election interference case, has taken a plea deal.

Part of her agreement includes testifying truthfully about co-defendants and providing relevant documents to the DA.

Steve Sadow, Trump's lead counsel, believes Powell's testimony will support his defense.

Powell's plea came just before her scheduled trial with co-defendant Kenneth Chesebro.

Chesebro had earlier rejected a similar plea deal.

Powell, a former Trump campaign attorney, was accused of tampering with voting machines in Coffee County.

Powell's conditions also involve no communication with co-defendants or media and writing an apology to Georgia residents.

Chesebro faces seven counts related to using "alternate electors" strategy in the 2020 election with his trial starting soon.