When a District of Columbia jury convicted Taylar Nuevelle last week of charges that she had stalked her former girlfriend, Magistrate Judge Janet Albert, it brought closure to the public half of a drama that has played out for more than a year at the D.C. Superior Court.

For Nuevelle, the only uncertainty left is her sentence. The 40-year-old Nuevelle, who already has another felony conviction on her record, faces a maximum of 16 years in prison. For Albert, the remaining question is what happens to the judicial misconduct complaint lodged against her by Nuevelle after their 2008 breakup.

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