She was arraigned in the hospital yesterday at 4 p.m.
Her bail was set at $25,000 and she was also issued a bail warning. If she does not comply with bail conditions or does not appear in court, she can be held up to 60 days without bail.
In addition, she is restricted from operating a motor vehicle while court proceedings continue and would be placed under house arrest if she is released on bail.
She is being represented by Thomas O’Shea of the Concord-based Megan and O’Shea LLC.
A pretrial conference date is set for Jan. 7.
Staff writer Neil H. Dempsey contributed to this report.