By Vanessa Miller, Camera staff writer - 10/08/2010
A 51-year-old Boulder woman accused of trying to bribe a juror during her trial in April, then attempting to flee the country, pleaded guilty Friday to jury tampering, theft and violating a bond condition.
Darine Chely could face more than four years in prison when she's sentenced Dec. 17. The jury tampering and bond-violation charges are felonies, and the theft charge is a misdemeanor.
Chely is being held at the Boulder County Jail on a combined $625,000 bond for three separate cases, including another stemming from a February arrest in which she's accused of theft and witness-tampering.
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Darine Chely, Boulder woman accused of jury tampering, pleads guilty