The jury did unanimously find Williams guilty of involuntary manslaughter and recklessly endangering another person.
The defense motioned for a bail to be set for Williams given that the criminal homicide charges were dropped and that she wasn’t found guilty of murder.
The state argued that bail was a concern given that Williams was extradited from North Carolina following her husband’s death.
The judge granted Williams’ bail at $5,000 straight.
Williams attorney says he hopes the 20 months his client served prior to trial gets credited towards her sentencing.
“Obviously pleased a little upset about the involuntary manslaughter.”