Hattie E. Miller, 27, will serve 36 months probation following her completed sentence of two months in jail, and 10 months house arrest.
Miller was charged in a January 2012 incident in which James D. Hull sustained multiple stab wounds to his neck. Police said Miller asked to meet with Hull at Hunter's Inn in Littlestown. When he arrived, a fight allegedly broke out between Hull and Miller's boyfriend Robert L. Mellema.
Mellema is charged in the stabbing with counts of aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault and possession of a weapon, and is scheduled to be arraigned on those charges Feb. 14 at the Adams County Courthouse.
Prosecutors said in court Miller arrived at the Inn to have Mellema "jump" Hull, but the stabbing was not planned.
Hull survived, but was treated for internal injuries at York Hospital.
Maryland Police stated Mellema, 32, was arrested on a warrant for a probation violation Feb. 2, 2012, after a seven-hour standoff in Union Bridge, Md. Charging documents claimed he later told police that he "cut the victim up because (Hull) disrespected his woman."
Prosecutors made a plea for a lesser sentence for Miller for reasons that include she had no prior criminal background.