They are going to present that she is the daughter of one of the most wanted men in the world, at the next bail hearing, I doubt the judge clears it. This happens sometimes, where a defendant is granted bail initially, and than the decision is reversed.
She could be freed, but given all the incentives to flee, I doubt she will be.
I think any case involving family of cartel members is interesting. The moral philosophy of it....the aspect of the "brainwashing." If someone can plead insanity in the court of law for committing a crime due to a mental illness and get a lighter sentence or no jail time at all, then I don't see why the same wouldn't apply for someone raised by a cartel boss...or anyone in a cartel for that matter. Sons and daughters of these people never stand a chance, I cannot think of a scenario "where she had a choice." Even though I still think they deserve consequences for being complicit.
I just can't see it happening, but the thin nature of the indictment, it's a solid, solid case, but what are the penalties even? Who has been sentenced for OFAC violations? Usually it's all financial sanctions, and a federal indictment for trafficking.
Prosecutors are trying to probably move to add her to an existing superceding indictment