CENTER CITY (WTXF) - The lawyers for Kathryn Knott are asking a judge to reconsider her sentence.
Knott was sentenced to five to ten months in jail, and two years of probation for her involvement in a 2014 attack on a gay couple.
The victims say Knott was part of a larger group that used gay slurs while they assaulted the couple.
Knott's lawyers are calling her imposed sentence excessive, and said it was the "result of public opinion".
Two other men received probation after pleading guilty last year.