A judge said Petra Laszlo's behavior "ran counter to societal norms" and rejected Laszlo's claim that she acted in self-defense.
Laszlo was not charged with a racially motivated hate crime; instead, she was charged with "breach of peace." Her conviction carried a maximum two-year jail sentence, The Independent reports, but Laszlo will not serve time unless she violates the terms of her probation.
Laszlo, who did not appear in court in person because she had received death threats, plans to appeal her conviction, The Associated Press reports. The wire service has more: "The incident occurred near the border town of Roszke on Sept. 8, 2015, where Laszlo had gone to film migrants from the Middle East who were trying to pass through Hungary on their way west. While she was filming, several migrants broke through a police cordon and jostled her as they shot by.
Laszlo was fired after the video went public. She apologized but also vowed to sue Facebook as well as Abdul Mohsen, the migrant who was carrying his son and fell after Laszlo tried to trip him.