Danielle Redlick in court for sentencing hearing

Danielle Redlick was back in court on Friday for her sentencing hearing. In June, Redlick was found not guilty of murder in the stabbing death of her husband, Michael Redlick. But she was found guilty of tampering with evidence because investigators say she cleaned up the blood and moved Michael’s body. A scathing letter was read by Michael Redlick’s daughter, who said justice had not been served for her father. Daughter of Redlick, she refuses to be in the same room as Danielle. Redlick’s defense attorney argued that she should not serve jail time because she had been incarcerated for three years awaiting trial. Ultimately, the judge sentenced Redlick to 364 days in jail with credit for 364 days of time served, 12 months probation, and ordered him to undergo a mental health evaluation. Simply put, Redlick will no longer be serving a prison sentence. Last June, WESH 2 News spoke with a man who was in the jury room when the decision was made. He said he thought the state left too much room for reasonable doubt. “When you have a history of abuse and so many other factors, and you can’t say 100%, because it’s someone’s life that’s determined, then we can just do our thing. better,” said the jury member. Pete Diebel, a family friend and one of Michael’s close friends who was called as a witness at the trial, believes justice has not been served. “This woman is completely guilty – Mike was presented on the stand as a monster. And Mike was not a monster. Mike was a teddy bear. He was not perfect by any stretch of the imagination,” Diebel said.” There were a number of ways prosecutors could have shown that the abuser in this family was the mother and they chose not to.”

Danielle Redlick was back in court on Friday for her sentencing hearing.

In June, Redlick was found not guilty of murdering her husband, Michael Redlick. But she was found guilty of tampering with evidence because investigators say she cleaned up the blood and moved Michael’s body.

A scathing letter was read from Michael Redlick’s daughter, who said justice had not been served for her father.

“Someone took him out of my world and ruined our childhood,” he said.

The letter was read by a representative because, according to Michael Redlick’s daughter, she refuses to be in the same room as Danielle.

Redlick’s defense attorney argued that she should not serve jail time because she had been incarcerated for three years awaiting trial.

Ultimately, the judge sentenced Redlick to 364 days in jail with credit for 364 days of time served, 12 months probation, and ordered him to undergo a mental health evaluation.

Simply put, Redlick will no longer be serving a prison sentence.

Last June, WESH 2 News spoke with a man who was in the jury room when the decision was made. He said he thought the state left too much room for reasonable doubt.

“When you have a history of abuse and so many other factors, and you can’t say 100%, because it’s someone’s life that’s determined, then we can only do our better,” said the member of the jury.

Pete Diebel, a family friend and one of Michael’s close friends who was called as a witness at the trial, believes justice has not been served.

“This woman is completely guilty – Mike was presented on the stand as a monster. And Mike was not a monster. Mike was a teddy bear. He was not perfect by any stretch of the imagination,” said Diebel. Prosecutors could have shown many ways that the abuser in this family was the mother and they chose not to.”

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