Casey Anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, but convicted on four counts of misdemeanor for lying to police during the investigation.
Anthony was found guilty on four misdemeanor counts of providing false information to law enforcement officers.
She has already spent 997 days in the Orange County jail and exhibited good behavior.
Judge Belvin Perry granted her credit for the time served in prison. He and the defense attorneys worked out Anthony’s jail credit and now she is settled to be released next week.
The judge also imposed a fine of $ 1,000 for each count, in total $4,000.
During the investigation, Casey Anthony told the police that she was employed at the Universal Studios theme park, which was false. She also invented a babysitter named Zanny, and described having left the child with friends, adding that she had received a call from her daughter.