Now .. a news story that reads like a novel .. a case of mistaken identity that landed a young mother in jail for five weeks. It was in Clay County. This is the wrongly accused woman .. 28- Ashley Nicole Chiasson, .. who lives in Louisiana. She is now planning to sue the sheriff's office on grounds deputies violated her constitutional rights. Channel 4's Alicia Booth spoke with her and her local attorney .. and joins us now live from the federal courthouse ..Alicia: 3 3 3 The attorney notified the Clay County sheriff, in this letter, on Monday that he was going to be filing a federal law suit on behalf of his client.Both sides agree.. the wrong woman was arrested.. twice.. but they don't agree on what should happen now. 00-1041-46 Single mom Ashley Nicole Chiasson is 3 years younger than another Ashley Chiasson.. with a different middle name .. but was somehow mistaken for her.The Chelmette, Louisiana woman was arrested at her home and extradited to Clay County in January..where she would spend the next four weeks behind bars.Deputies accused her of stealing personal property.. grand theft, which is a felony. While in court to have the charges dropped, she learned of another warrant for her arrest .. this time for trying to cash a fraudulent check.. that warrant also meant for the other woman.Chiasson's Ponte Vedra Beach attorney, Andrew Bonderud, says his client spent ANOTHER week in jail for that .. "She, like most people who have read bout the story, are kind of at a loss for words to understand how something like this could happen." The Clay County sheriff is not talking on camera about the mix-up, but did email a statement reading.. "I extend to Ashley Nicole Chiasson my sincere apology for the error." Sheriff Rick Beseler also wrote.."We shall seek to make things right for her." But her attorney says .. "that" may be decided in federal court. "What's it going to take to make this right? More than an apology." By law, if you're suing a government agency, you have to give them 6 months notice before you file.Chiasson's attorney says he can't sue for punitive damages, but he can sue for emotional distress, which he says was overwhelming for his client.I spoke with her today from her home in Louisiana and we'll have more on what she has to say at 6. Live from the Federal Courthouse, Alicia Booth, The Local Station. Alicia, Have deputies arrested the actual suspect?