A Detroit judge has set bond at $100,000 for two conservative political activists who are accused of using false robocalls to dissuade Black residents in Detroit and other Democratic-leaning U.S. cities from voting by mail. (Oct. 8)
- The court will enter not guilty pleas on behalf of both defendants. Bond will be set for both defendants at $100,000 cash. One condition of the bond will be that neither defendant is to initiate or cause anyone else to initiate any robocalls or other communications directed at multiple recipients until November 4, 2020.