Winter Park woman who tampered with evidence in husband’s death sentenced to a year of probation

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Update:

Danielle Redlick -- a Winter Park woman found guilty of tampering with evidence in her husband’s death -- will serve a year of probation with credit for time served, a judge ruled Friday morning.

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A Winter Park woman found guilty of tampering with evidence in her husband’s death is scheduled to be sentenced Friday.

Danielle Redlick is set to appear before a judge at 10 a.m. in an Orange County court.

Read: Winter Park woman found not guilty of husband’s murder released from jail

In June, a jury found 48-year-old Danielle Redlick not guilty of murdering her husband but said she was guilty of tampering with evidence.

After her trial, Redlick’s attorneys asked the judge to consider sentencing her to time served.

After nearly 1,100 days behind bars, Redlick was released while awaiting sentencing.

Read: Jury deliberations begin in trial of Winter Park woman accused of killing husband

During her trial, Redlick never denied stabbing her husband to death in their Winter Park home in 2019 but maintained she acted in self-defense.

Redlick testified that she thought her husband died from a heart attack after she stabbed him in the shoulder but she waited 11 hours to call 911.

READ: Prosecutors question woman on trial for stabbing husband to death

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Matt Reeser

Matt Reeser, WFTV.com

Matt Reeser joined WFTV in 1998 as a news photographer and has worked for television stations in Kentucky and West Virginia.