BRIGHTON, Colo. (CBS4)– Attorney Becky Keil has been sentenced to two years probation for attempting to influence a public servant and false reporting in a kidnapping hoax.

Keil, 52, was charged in August 2014 for falsely reporting that she had been kidnapped. She was convicted in January of attempting to influence a public servant and false reporting to authorities.

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At a sentencing hearing on Thursday, an Adams County judge sentenced Keil to two years probation, 80 hours of community service. He also ordered her to undergo a mental health evaluation.

Keil claimed that she had been kidnapped and locked in the truck of her car in Westminster on March 24, 2014 and again on May 6, 2014.

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These events took place while Keil was handling civil matters for the victim family in a high profile Douglas County murder-for-hire case. Chris Wells is serving life in prison in that case for hiring several people to kill his estranged wife, Amara Wells, and his brother-in-law Bob Rafferty.

Christopher Wells appeared in court in Douglas County. (credit: CBS)

Christopher Wells appeared in court in Douglas County. (credit: CBS)

Keil indicated that Wells was behind her kidnapping.

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Police found inconsistencies in her story and she was charged Aug. 8, 2014. Keil’s license to practice law has been suspended.