A judge set bond Tuesday for the only defendant in the Georgia election interference case who was jailed after he surrendered to authorities last week.

Harrison Floyd, one of former President Donald Trump‘s 18 co-defendants charged in connection with efforts to overturn the 2020 election results, has negotiated a bond after a separate judge initially told him he was a potential flight risk.

According to court papers filed in Fulton County Superior Court, Judge Scott McAfee set Floyd’s bond at $100,000 — broken down as $40,000 on racketeering charge and $30,000 each on a charge of influencing witnesses and a charge of conspiring to commit solicitation of false statements and writings.