The trial of a 39-year-old convicted felon accused of stalking a Washington, D.C., Superior Court magistrate judge has been delayed until Monday after the defendant spent Wednesday morning in the hospital with an undisclosed medical emergency. But presiding Superior Court Judge Russell Canan ordered that Taylar Nuevelle be stripped of her passport, deeming her a flight risk.

Nuevelle is charged with stalking Magistrate Judge Janet Albert, with whom she had a yearlong relationship, and breaking into her house. Albert found her former girlfriend unconscious in Albert’s attic on Sep. 13, 2008, according to police reports. (In May, Nuevelle pleaded not guilty). For Tuedsay’s coverage click here.

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