Connie Reguli, the Brentwood, Tennessee lawyer that founded the Family Forward Foundation and ran for a judge’s seat was sentenced to two years of supervised probation and 30 days in the Williamson County Jail for two felony convictions. She also received 11 months and 29 days of a suspended sentence after 30 days served for the misdemeanor charge, all of which will run concurrently, reports Matt Masters from the Williamson Hompeage.
Connie Reguli’s law license was suspended in April after Reguli was convicted of custodial interference and two counts of accessory after the fact and she lost in the May primary for Williamson County Juvenile Court Judge. The court found Reguli guilty of harboring and aiding a mother and daughter in her home in 2018. Reguli appealed the convictions and is still free on bond. A hearing is scheduled in August for a new trial.
Previously reported, Connie Reguli, Family Forward Project Founder faces possible jail time.
The original story by Matt Masters appeared in the Williamson Homepage, Brentwood attorney sentenced following criminal conviction.
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