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Old July 7th, 2011, 06:46 PM
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No she has been convicted of forgery and can not leave the state for a couple of years or more.
Okay, I was not aware of the prior conviction. But even so, with time served adjusted for the time that went against the forgery charge and credit for "good time" and "gang time" (the judge used the term, but I have no idea what "gang time" means under Florida law), she'll walk free next week.

The notoriety of this case also makes it likely that threats against the defendant will surface in the next few days because some psychopath will decide to eact retribution for the victim. The courts will lift any such restrictions if they perceive that such restricitons inhibit the defendant's safety.

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