I was going to say almost what Presto said. I'm sure she has enough money for a good lawyer so she'll be innocent until proven guilty. But I know from experience that when you can't afford a good legal defense that you are not treated like you're guilty from the start.
It's you against a team of professionals that do this all day long and you are in the disadvantage. It's the same as you playing against a professional sports team. You're going to lose no matter what. They do not care about innocent or guilt, they only care about winning or losing their case.
I don't think she should be charged with attempted murder, because she didn't try to kill her. She tried to kidnap her. If they prove that she had planned to murder the other woman then they can charge her with conspiracy to commit murder. But the DA in the case knows that if they charge her with attempted murder, and that carries a life term than she'll probably plead guilty to a lesser charge. And of course he get publicity from the case, it will probably further his career. The legal system is not blind to equal justice, that is a lie. OJ is proof that if you have money, you are treated way different.
It's not about guilt or innocence, it's about how ever can afford the best defense.
The man screwed up, women should hold the men accountable for being losers.
You know they are just men and can't help themselves.