Todd and Julie Chrisley are going through some tough times lately. Last year, the court found them guilty in a multi-million dollar fraud case. Owing to this, Todd is facing a prison sentence of 12 years while Julie 7 years. Despite the couple going to prison earlier this year, they are willing to fight. They claim they are innocent and are trying to get home. Amidst this, the Chrisley Knows Best couple’s attorney has made some latest revelations about their case. So, will Todd and Julie be able to come home from prison sooner than expected?
Chrisley Knows Best: Do Todd & Julie Stand A Chance To Come Home Early From Prison? New Appeal Filed!
Chrisley Knows Best celebrities never in their wildest dreams thought they would be living such a life. Todd and Julie Chrisley have been in prison for a few months now. However, they continue to say they are innocent and were framed for their financial fraud case. Amidst this, their attorney Jay Surgent made some interesting revelations. It was regarding what “could happen” if their case progresses. As per him, “the 11th Circuit Court of Appeal can reverse the District Court verdict.”
If not, then the court of appeal can either remand the case for hearings that didn’t occur during the trial. Surgent expressed arguing hard that the Chrisley Knows Best couple’s “constitutional rights” got violated. That’s because they were denied a “fair hearing.” Hence, the attorney mentioned that they did their “final filings” once again last week, as per People. Jay Surgent is a partner at Weiner Law Group LLP. Their specialization is “white collar” crime. Despite this, he mentioned his team “doesn’t know” as of now, “what’s to come” for Todd and Julie Chrisley.
Chrisley: Todd’s Home Confinement Application Denied! Living In Poor Conditions In Prison
Jay Surgent, i.e., Todd and Julie Chrisley’s attorney, mentioned another detail. He stated that Todd had applied for “home confinement.” He did so because of the poor living conditions in his prison. As the ex Chrisley Knows Best star is in Pensacola, Florida, the temperature has been going up more than a hundred degrees! The lawyer argued that they weren’t asking for Todd and Julie to get treated differently. Instead, they wanted every inmate in the prison to be treated fairly and live in favorable conditions.
After the officials denied Todd’s home confinement application, there is an “internal investigation” going on to determine the reason behind it. Apart from Surgent, Todd and Julie’s kids Chase and Savannah have also talked about their parents’ inhumane living conditions. They, too, mentioned their parents living without air conditioning, molding in their prison, and snakes slithering near their beds. Keep track of all the latest Chrisley Knows Best updates by checking TV Season & Spoilers.