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"If she did it, she now faces a felony instead of a misdemeanor," Rigg said.
He said that she probably she didn't think about the fact that she was getting out of simple misdemeanors by committing a class D felony, and going from a $500 fine to a five-year prison term.
Du now faces more trouble than before.
The Polk County Attorney's Office could not comment about the case except to say it has never seen anyone try it before."