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Savannah Chrisley Shares Thanksgiving Update That Her Parents Todd And Julie Chrisley Have Been Granted “Oral Arguments” By The Appeals Court: “Thanksgiving Win!”

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Savannah Chrisley recently received some news to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.

The Chrisley Knows Best TV personality and recent Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test contestant took to Instagram on Monday (Nov. 20) with a hopeful update for fans on her imprisoned parents Todd and Julie Chrisley, who were convicted of tax evasion and bank fraud in June 2022, per USA Today.

“As you know, we are spending Thanksgiving a little different this year because I wasn’t going to fake it,” she shared. “I wasn’t going to do the traditional Thanksgiving we’re always used to. But I got a call this morning and the appeals court has granted our oral arguments.”

Noting she “was literally sobbing,” she claimed that this “is one step closer to getting [her] mom and dad home.”

“The kids are freaking out. I’m freaking out. … It’s just amazing,” she gushed.

She explained that oral arguments will take place “the week of March 25,” noting that “only about 6% of cases that are submitted for oral arguments get accepted.”

“So this is huge news,” she continued. “We get to go and argue why mom and dad should be home. God is good. Thanksgiving win!”

In the caption of her post, Savannah further elaborated that “oral argument in an appellate court represents a critical moment in every case.”

“The briefs are written, and the panel may already be leaning towards a decision,” she wrote. “Oral argument, therefore, is an opportunity to cement the panel’s decision in your favor, or perhaps your final chance to save your case!!”

Recently, Savannah opened up about her father being targeted and retaliated against in prison due to her speaking out on her social media platforms.

“Right now they’re trying to move him from the facility he’s at now, because of the latest things that I’ve posted on Instagram,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “And that’s the tough part — the moment you start speaking out, you have to pay for it.”

Nonetheless, she claimed her father still supports her advocacy.

“He and I have had the discussion [and] his exact words were, ‘If I have to be uncomfortable in order to hopefully implement and force change, then I’m willing to do it,” she said.