Her lawyer, Mark Heller, says, "At this point, we do believe she will be in court with me. Considering all that this girl has been through...It has really traumatized her. When she was handcuffed and put into detention center with murderers and hardened criminals, it for sure had a great impact on her. And then being re-arrested and facing going back to jail caused her to have an epiphany. Some times the cumulative effect of everything in your life percolates and you have a realization and a clarity that things have to change.Frankly, I am focusing more now on what might be in her best interests in going forward in her life. If we went forward with the trial and charges are dismissed we still have the issue of probation violation, so that is also something that has to be considered. The things we are exploring are going to a hospital setting and working with young girls and trying to cheer them up and encourage them to have confidence that their health will improve and have hope. And going to schools and giving inspirational speeches and encouraging young people to make the right choices."