Savannah Chrisley appeared thrilled as she introduced that the eleventh Circuit Courtroom would hear oral arguments in her mother and father Todd and Julie Chrisley’s tax fraud case in an Instagram video on Monday, November 20. The truth star, 26, defined that she wasn’t planning on having a standard Thanksgiving celebration this yr as her mother, 50, and pa, 54, have been presently in jail after being discovered responsible of tax fraud, however she celebrated the win.

Savannah revealed that she and her members of the family have been planning on having a scaled-down vacation this yr, however she was over the moon after studying in regards to the oral arguments. “We’re spending Thanksgiving slightly completely different this yr as a result of I wasn’t going to pretend it. I wasn’t going to do the standard Thanksgiving we’re at all times used to, however I bought a name this morning, and the appeals court docket has granted our oral arguments,” she mentioned. “I actually was sobbing, and it’s one step nearer to getting mother and pa residence. The youngsters have been freaking out. I’m freaking out. I bought to elucidate it to Chloe. It’s simply superb.”



The Chrisley Is aware of Greatest star proceeded to elucidate that they might get to make their arguments in early 2024 and defined what a giant deal it was. “The week of March 25, we could have oral arguments,” she mentioned. “Solely about 6% of instances which are submitted for oral arguments get accepted. So that is large information. We get to go and argue [about] why mother and pa ought to be residence. So, God is nice! Thanksgiving win!”

Within the caption, Savannah gave extra of an outline about what a “crucial second” oral arguments could be. “The briefs are written, and the panel might already be leaning in the direction of a call. Oral argument, due to this fact, is a chance to cement the panel’s determination in your favor, or maybe your ultimate probability to save lots of your case!” she wrote.


Todd and Julie Chrisley are presently serving 12 and seven-year jail sentences, respectively. They’d been discovered responsible on tax fraud prices in June 2022, and so they obtained their sentences in November of that yr. They turned themselves in to start their sentences on January 17.

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