What is the Chrisleys’ sentence and how much jail time do they face?

The Chrisley Knows Best clan allowed fans to peek into their family life on The USA Network every Thursday. But in real time, Julie and Todd Chrisley are facing jail time and are currently under house arrest ahead of sentencing.

Todd and Julie Chrisley were convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion, Insider reports. The married couple was convicted of federal charges including bank fraud and tax evasion, according to the Associated Press.

The guilty verdict was entered on June 7, 2022. In August 2019, Todd and Julie Chrisley were federally charged with 12 counts, including wire fraud. The couple pleaded not guilty to the charges but were charged again in February 2022.

Fans are now curious to know exactly when Julie and Todd’s sentencing takes place and how much jail time they face. reality titbit can reveal all the details of their next court date.

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After weeks of testimony from prosecutors and witnesses, the jury found Todd and Julie Chrisley guilty. Associated Press reports that Todd and Julie were convicted of:

Conspiring to defraud community banks out of more than $30 million in fraudulent loans, according to US Attorney Ryan Buchanan’s Atlanta office. They were also convicted of conspiracy to defraud the IRS and tax evasion, and Julie Chrisley was convicted of wire fraud and obstruction of justice.

Todd Chrisley’s lawyer, Bruce Morris, said he was “disappointed” by the verdict and intends to appeal. Since the guilty verdict, no court update has been provided to the public.

When is the Chrisley sentencing?

Todd and Julie Chrisley will be sentenced during a court appearance on October 6, 2022. They have been released on bail and are currently under house arrest in their Tennessee home pending sentencing.

The couple also have a deadline to request a new trial. Court documents obtained by Us Weekly say they hired additional attorneys after being represented by Bruce Howard Morris, Christopher S. Anulewicz and Stephen Michael Friedberg.

Following their hearing earlier this month, the reality TV stars’ request for Zachary C Lawson and Joseph Alexander Little to join their legal team was approved on Wednesday, June 22. Julie and Todd now plan to seek a new trial.

The married couple had until July 21 to obtain the necessary documents for a new trial. In June 2022, Todd and Julie asked to delay the process as they needed more time to prepare their case with court hearing transcripts.

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How long could the Chrisleys be in jail?

Todd and Julie Chrisley face up to 30 years in prison. After being charged in 2019 after denying the allegations, they were found guilty of 12 counts of tax evasion, bank and electronic fraud and conspiracy on June 7.

At the time, a source told Us Weekly that “the whole family is devastated by the verdict ‘as they'[weren’t] sure what this means for the future of Chrisley knows best» and other projects.

Todd broke his silence on the verdict during an episode of his “Chrisley Confessions” podcast that same month:

We wanted to let everyone know that this is a very sad and heartbreaking time for our family at this time. We stand firm in our faith and hope that God will do what he does because God is a miracle worker – that’s what we hold on to.

The couple must submit ‘any other information for the court to consider’ in connection with their sentencing by September 29, while the deadline for the duo to disclose ‘the identity of any witness(es)’ is three days before their sentencing.

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Celine is a journalist with over five years of experience in the media industry and the editor-in-chief of Reality Titbit. After earning a degree in multimedia journalism, she became a newsreader and radio reporter, before moving on to her current role as a reality TV editor.

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