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Todd, Julie Chrisley should face between 10 to 22 years in prison for financial crimes conviction: prosecutors

Todd and Julie Chrisley is facing time in federal prison after pleading guilty to financial crimes.

Prosecutors in the case are asking the judge to sentence Todd to 17 to 22 years in prison and Julie to 10 to 13 years in prison, according to court documents FOX5.

The couple will appear in court on Monday after pleading guilty to financial offenses in June.

Todd was convicted Conspiracy to commit bank fraud, bank fraud, tax fraud, and conspiracy to defraud the United States.

Todd, Julie Chrisley talk about sentencing for the following financial crimes

Todd and Julie Chrisley face up to 30 years in prison, according to federal sentencing guidelines.

Todd and Julie Chrisley face up to 30 years in prison, according to federal sentencing guidelines.
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Meanwhile, Julie was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, bank fraud, tax fraud, and defraud of the United States. She was also hit with charges of wire fraud and obstruction of justice.

The charges on which he was convicted typically carry a sentence of anywhere between 10 and 30 years. Prosecutors also want the Chrisley family to pay $20 million, according to court documents.

Prosecutors alleged that Chrisley submitted falsified documents to banks when applying for the loan. They said Julie Chrisley also submitted false credit reports and falsified bank statements when trying to rent a house in California.

Prosecutors said he used a company controlled by Todd Chrisley to hide income in order to prevent the IRS from collecting taxes owed by Todd Chrisley.

After he was found guilty, US District Judge Eleanor Ross allowed Chrysalis to remain free on bond. But she placed them on location monitoring and home detention, which means they can only leave the house for certain reasons, including work, medical appointments and court appearances.

Todd and Julie were convicted of multiple financial crimes in June.

Todd and Julie were convicted of multiple financial crimes in June.
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Savannah Chrisley spoke out shortly after her parents' sentencing.

Savannah Chrisley spoke out shortly after her parents’ sentencing.
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“Chrisley Knows Best” Stars accepted the sentence during a podcast episode. Despite not being “allowed” to discuss the matter in depth, the couple wanted viewers to know that “this is a very sad, heartbreaking time for our family.”

“But we still stand firm in our faith, and we trust that God will do what He does best because God is a miracle worker,” Todd said.

“We are alive and kicking, and we appreciate the support we’ve received from everyone.”

Todd and Julie’s daughterFollowing the sentencing, Savannah showed support for her parents.

“I will stand by my family and fight for justice. The justice system has failed me and others. (That’s all I can comment on legally at this point.),” Savannah Christley Wrote along with the pictures his parents on Instagram at the time.

“Lately, I have felt that God has let me down, that my tireless prayers have gone unheeded. But I have faith that He will use every difficulty and adversity to strengthen us and guide us towards a greater purpose. Will prepare for

“So I will continue to believe in my Lord and Savior… I pray for strength, hope and love. Thank you to all who continue to stand by our side. This fight is not over.”

The Chrysalis couple rose to fame through their reality TV show "Chrisley Knows Best."

The Chrisley family rose to fame with their reality TV show “Chrisley Knows Best”.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.