Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley‘s legal professional Jay Surgent is attempting to scale back their jail sentences much more after they have been already diminished this week. The Chrisley Is aware of Finest stars have been serving time behind bars for tax fraud and had greater than a yr every knocked off their preliminary sentences. “They have been in a position to get a while off for each of them,” Jay instructed Folks on Friday.
“There’s going to be the adoption of the Federal Sentencing Pointers, modifications, modifications, suggestions for discount of sentences for nonviolent offenders,” he continued. “So [I] don’t know at this cut-off date, however they need to be getting two factors a bit for that. In order that’ll additional cut back their sentences.”
Jay additional confirmed that he’s additionally engaged on the husband and spouse’s appeals. “There’s hope,” he stated. “There’s at all times hope, however I really feel as if they’ve a robust attraction.”
Jay’s assertion comes simply in the future after Todd’s scheduled launch date of January 2035 was modified to January 22, 2033. Julie’s launch date was additionally modified to October 19, 2028, which is over a yr sooner than her preliminary scheduled launch date. Again in Nov. 2022, Todd was first sentenced to 12 years at Florida’s Federal Jail Camp Pensacola, and Julie was sentenced to seven years at Kentucky’s FMC Lexington.
The lovebirds, who share three youngsters collectively, together with son Chase, 27, daughter Savannah, 26, and son Grayson, 17, have each denied any guilt within the tax fraud case and stories of an attraction have been making headlines since earlier this yr. Shortly earlier than they began their sentences, a supply instructed us they have been “crushed” for being denied bond.
“Todd and Julie are crushed after they have been denied bond, however they haven’t given up all hope,” the insider instructed HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “Their last-ditch effort to keep away from beginning their jail sentences subsequent week failed and they don’t even know the way to put together themselves for this. They’re each petrified of being incarcerated.”