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Many months ago I reported that Teresa Giudice made a deal with prosecutors to avoid prison time in her fraud case. Although she faces serious jail time when she appears in court on July 8 for tax fraud charges, she is planning a party for July 13th for the season premiere of RHNJ. In a Tweet she told everyone that she would be at the premiere party and of course promoting the fact that her wine would be the beverage of the party. Unless she totally has her head in the sand or thinks she is going to get a date to turn herself in at a later date and not be remanded to custody at the hearing, this is something that shows she is pretty confident she is either going to get probation or something like house arrest instead of actual jail time.
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