WINSTON-SALEM, NC (WFMY) -- A Winston-Salem woman seen giving children marijuana has now learned her fate.

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According to the District attorney's office, Michaela Pearson pled guilty to 3 counts of misdemeanor child abuse and 3 counts of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.

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Pearson was sentenced to the maximum of 300 days behind bars.

She pled Guilty to 3 counts of misdemeanor child abuse and 3 counts of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile. Judge Camille Banks-Prince consolidated the charges into two class A1 misdemeanors and gave her 150 days on each to run at the expiration of each other so a total of 300 days. It was the manicuring sentence she could have received based on her charges and her prior record level, said Assistant DA, Sara Loebner.

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