Kim Potter was just found guilty after a lengthy nine-day trial.
She was convicted of first-degree manslaughter.
She was also convicted of second-degree manslaughter.
Her attorneys asked for her to be freed on her $100,000 bail.
They argued that she has cooperated with the trial and should spend Christmas with her family.
The prosecution argued that she had been convicted on both counts and should not be allowed to post bail.
Judge Regina Chu sided with the prosecution.
The sentencing was pushed back until late February due to other commitments.
Attorney Earl Gray will represent Thomas Lane, one of the officers involved in the George Floyd civil trial.