Todd was sentenced to 12 years behind bars, with Julie getting a seven-year keep, the U.S. Legal professional’s Workplace tells NBC News.
After being federally indicted in Aug. 2019, the couple was found guilty by an Atlanta deferral jury on 12 counts—together with wire fraud and conspiracy to commit financial institution fraud—on June 7, although they pleaded not responsible.
Following the court docket choice earlier this summer season, Todd’s lawyer Bruce Morris told E! News the couple plans to enchantment the case.
Nevertheless, Kate Mangels—an lawyer unaffiliated with the case—noted to E! News that there is “a really low proportion of appeals that get granted.”
Kate—an affiliate lawyer at Kinsella Weitzman Iser Kump Holley LLP—continued, “There’s a lot proof introduced that even when possibly one piece of proof was improperly introduced or one witness was excluded, an appeals court docket may nonetheless say on the finish of the day that wasn’t substantial and that wasn’t prejudicial so regardless that we discover an error, we’re not going to overturn and we’re not going to do a brand new trial.”