The sentencing hearing began in January and continued this week but was drawn out by arguments about how much financial harm was done, if any.
Prosecutors said she tried to cheat her creditors by hiding $US775,000 worth of income and deserved prison.
Miller’s lawyers argued for probation, saying her creditors were made whole after the fraud was discovered.
In March it was announced that she would not return to Dance Moms and will be replaced by US Dancing with the Stars judge Cheryl Burke.
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