After deliberating for three days, a jury pronounced Martha Stewart guilty of all charges Friday in New York City. The 62-year-old domestic guru — who suspiciously dumped her ImClone stock the day before it tanked in 2001 — appeared to grimace as each of the four counts against her was read in court. Her former stockbroker, Peter Bacanovic, also was found guilty on all charges, except for filing a false document. Will Martha do time? Her charges carry up to 20 years in prison, but experts say she'll likely get a far lesser penalty. We won't find out until sentencing day, which is set for June 17. Meanwhile, in a message posted on her Web site, Stewart said she was "obviously distressed by the jury's verdict but I continue to take comfort in knowing that I have the confidence and enduring support of my family and friends. I will appeal the verdict and continue to fight to clear my name. I believe in the fairness of the judicial system and remain confident that I will ultimately prevail."