PC 32 is commonly called "Accessory after the fact." It can be charged as a misdemeanor or as a felony. As a misdemeanor, the minimum penalty is $100 in fines, and the maximum is 3 years of probation, 1 year in Jail and a fine (including all penalties and assessments of about $3,700.
As a felony, the penalty can be a prison sentence of 16 months, two years, or three years if probation is denied, and a fine of between $200 and about $37,000 (including penalties and assesments). If probation is granted, felony probation can include up to one year in jail.
Only an experienced local criminal defense lawyer can evaluate your case and determine what is an appropriate outcome. If you cannot afford an experienced lawyer, request a public defender when you get to court.