NewserA Tennessee woman who tried to end her pregnancy with a coat hanger in 2015 was let out of jail Monday after entering a guilty plea to a lesser charge than the original attempted first-degree murder charge, the Daily News Journal reports. 

Anna Yocca, 32, had previously seen the charge reduced to aggravated assault last spring, then again to one count each of aggravated assault with a weapon, attempted procurement of a miscarriage, and attempted criminal abortion in November. Monday's plea was for felony attempted procurement of a miscarriage, and because her time served already fulfilled her sentence (one year in prison), Yocca walked out of the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center Monday evening a free woman.

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Photo: Rutherford County Sheriff's Office