Welcome @Ched Yes, the prosecution gave her a class 6 felony tampering with evidence in exchange for her testimony and specific help apparently prior to the trial. It is obvious her testimony provided grave details that would be difficult to determine without the body. The prosecution would have known most of the facts if the questions were asked and verified. She has not been sentenced. This will occur after the current criminal case of PF. This does not necessarily prevent other federal or state charges or even civil charges against her. As you can tell, America has an open and swift justice system with a public that demands justice for the victims and families. We do have a lot of respect for this prosecution team.