ORLANDO, Fla. – A Winter Park woman found not guilty of murdering her husband in their home in January 2019 was sentenced Friday for tampering with evidence.
Danielle Redlick, 48, was acquitted in June in the murder of her husband, UCF executive Michael Redlick. The jury, however, found her guilty of tampering with evidence.
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On Friday, Redlick was sentenced to one year of probation, with the judge giving her credit for time served.
During the murder trial, Redlick said she stabbed her husband in self-defense in 2019.
State prosecutors, though, argued Redlick waited 11 hours to call 911 and said she used the time to clean the scene.
Judge sentenced Danielle Redlick to a year of probation.— Ezzy Castro (@EzzyCastro) August 5, 2022
Gives credit for serving three years in jail.
No problem transferring her probation out of state judge says.