Todd And Julie Chrisley Are Appealing Prison Sentences, And Their Lawyer Explains Why He’s ‘Optimistic’


Though the long and arduous months of waiting to hear about their prison sentencing ended on November 21, Todd and Julie Chrisley obviously have a wholly different set of worries and anxieties to deal with, as the husband and wife were respectively sentenced to 12 years and 7 years in prison, with each also getting 16 months of probation. They don’t have to surrender themselves to authorities until Sunday, January 15, 2023, and their attorneys will no doubt be hard at work between now and then trying to appeal the judge’s decision. What’s more, the legal team feels positive about earning a decision that’ll go in their clients’ favor. 

Todd and Julie Chrisley’s family attorney Alex Little released a statement in the aftermath of the sentencing (via L.A. Times), confirming the appeal process is in the works. And he’s feeling pretty good about the way things could play out, explaining: 

Their trial was marred by serious and repeated errors, including the government lying to jurors about what taxes the couple paid. Based on these issues, we are optimistic about the road ahead.

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