Wilson says she stole the money to pay credit card bills and other expenses. Wilson has until January 4th to pay back all the funds - totaling $52,000 dollars to Nackley Agency Inc.
But the assistant District Attorney says her looming punishment is more about the family she "hurt" rather than the money.
"This was a good day for the family of Michael Nackley, to finally see justice done in this case. It has a human element to it. It's not just about the money. This was a family business, these were family members to him, including the defendant," says Bernard Hyman, Assistant District Attorney.
Wilson faces 6 months in Oneida County Jail and five years probation when she is sentenced on January 4th.