The ex-girlfriend of a Washington, D.C., Superior Court magistrate judge pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges that include stalking the judge and breaking into her home. Prosecutors allege that Taylar Nuevelle stalked and harassed Magistrate Judge Janet Albert through, among other things, a barrage of e-mails and text messages after their relationship ended, and that Nuevelle broke into the judge's home and tried to commit suicide there. Nuevelle allegedly texted Albert, "Feeling powerful? All abusers do."
Judge's Ex-Girlfriend Pleads Not Guilty to Burglary, Stalking
The National Law Journal
May 20, 2009