Breaking Lori Drew has been found not guilty of felony hacking charges, but was convicted of three misdemeanors, according to Wired . The one charge of conspiracy remains undecided, as the jury was deadlocked on that count. Wired elaborates: "Jurors found Drew guilty only of conspiring to gain unauthorized access to MySpace for the purpose of obtaining information on Megan Meier — a misdemeanor that will likely carry no jail time. The jury unanimously rejected the three computer hacking charges, and a felony conspiracy charge that alleged the unauthorized access was part of a scheme to intentionally inflict emotional distress on Megan." CNN legal analyst Jeffery Toobin says that Drew is likely to get probation and nothing more. There is still a chance that Judge George Wu may throw out the entire case and acquit Drew, as he said he would decide on a defense request after the jury's verdict. [Wired ]