Chase Celebrates Breakthrough In Todd & Julie Chrisley’s Case
Chase celebrated a breakthrough in Todd and Julie Chrisley‘s case. He took to Instagram to share an update with his followers. Yet, fans still think their kids are being delusional about everything that’s unfolding. Keep on reading to learn more.
Chase Chrisley Celebrates Breakthrough Moment
Last week, Chase Chrisley took to his Instagram Stories to share a major breakthrough. Todd and Julie Chrisley finally hired a lawyer to help them with their appeal case.
They want to appeal each charge, one by one. Chase shared a screenshot of what looked like a press release from an appeals case law firm that is taking on their case.
The headline reads: “Renowned White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyer Attorney Jay Surgent Joins the Criminal Defense Team Representing Reality Stars, Todd and Julie Chrisley.”
Chase Chrisley added two of the hands-up emojis. The post included a photo of their attorney along with a lengthy description of his law firm and practice. Chase feels that this was a pivotal moment in his parents’ life. Their kids are still hoping that they can appeal the case so they can get out of jail earlier.
Todd & Julie Chrisley Could Appeal Case?
A fan took to Reddit to share Chase Chrisley’s Instagram Story. Some wondered how the kids are paying for the lawyers since the family doesn’t have any income. Others asked why it took them so long to get a lawyer for their appeal case.
“How are they affording to pay these attorneys?” one fan asked. “I was just about to ask the same question,” another fan noted. “They didn’t pay the last ones, so I’m guessing on contingency and not a retainer,” a third user responded.
Some blamed the kids for doing anything for publicity. They slammed Chase Chrisley for sharing his parents’ case on his Instagram account.
Other fans said it’s a waste of time and money for everyone involved since the Federal government doesn’t appeal cases they know people can’t win. The Chrisleys still think they have a fight in this lengthy legal battle.
This also brought up a hot debate on Reddit. Some fans think they were over-sentenced. Another mentioned they hope the Chrisleys win so they could just pay back the money.
Some argued they paid for the crimes, so they must do the time. They should’ve accepted a plea deal so they would’ve been out of jail in less time.
What are your thoughts on Chase Chrisley celebrating this breakthrough in Todd and Julie’s case? Do you think it will work to their advantage? Do you think they were given too much prison time? Sound off below in the comment section.