You Have Got To Be Kidding Me
...“What’s your comment to people who say she played you like a puppet on a string — she came in here, didn’t like it, it was hard and she got out?” he replied, “Once again, I just think that’s a different way of saying it, only the language is a little more — liquid. I would simply say that I understand that."But don't worry, she still has to wear an ankle bracelet that only allows her 3,000 - 4,000 feet of movement. I'm sure her house is larger than that. This despite the fact that the judge in the original sentencing said that, "...she would not be allowed any work release, furloughs or use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring in lieu of jail."
So really, if you want to get out of your sentence, there are a few steps you have to take.
1) Be a rich heiress
2) Cry a lot and receive daily visits from your psychiatrist
3) I'm sure doing some work on your knees doesn't hurt any, either. No wonder the sheriff was in such a good mood.
But I'm sure those 3 days in jail have taught her a valuable lesson about paying your debt to society.