- Aug 28, 2015
They are going to charge her with aiding a fugitive. It comes with a pretty hefty sentence
I agree with you. But the article says:
"While the public may not like what she did, may not agree with what she did, or may have strong feelings against what she did, make no mistake — Tonya did not violate any law of the state of Texas and she is eager to have her day in court," Tonya Couch's attorney, Stephanie Patten, said in a statement.Also, it's noteworthy that the boy is only facing a MAXIMUM of 120 days in jail. And, if he is prosecuted as a minor, even less.
AA's NEVER get these kinds of breaks.