In her defense you can't take an infant to the bar, thats just bad parenting.
http://www.dailyitem.com/0100_news/l...yword=topstorySUNBURY — A 25-year-old city woman who left her infant son home alone while she went out drinking at a bar in April pleaded guilty to endangering the welfare of a child Monday in Northumberland County Court.
Danielle Cornwell, of 152 N. Sixth St., was facing an immediate sentence from Judge Charles H. Saylor, but she and her attorney, Michael Suders, protested when they learned she could be facing a year in prison.
Cornwell was under the impression the maximum sentence in the standard range for the misdemeanor charge was no more than one month in jail. However, she learned in court that the penalty actually ranged from a month to a year in jail.
Saylor would not allow Cornwell to withdraw the plea without a motion filed by her attorney.
A pre-sentence investigation was ordered to allow more time for a motion to be filed, and sentencing was postponed.
Cornwell was charged April 13 with leaving her infant son alone in her home while she went to a bar.
City police said she left the boy on a bed surrounded by pillows at about 8 p.m., and the child was found there three hours later by his father when he arrived home from work.
An intoxicated Cornwell returned home at 2 a.m., police said. She said she left the boy alone because she couldn’t find a baby sitter, according to officers.
Cornwell showed up in court Monday with an unidentified male and an infant boy.