The former girlfriend of a D.C. judge who prosecutors said went on a campaign of harassment after the couple broke up in 2008 was sentenced Thursday to more than five years in prison for stalking the judge and breaking into her home.

Taylar Nuevelle, 41, was convicted at trial in D.C. Superior Court in February of burglary, stalking and unlawful entry. Her former girlfriend, Janet Albert, is a magistrate judge who presides over child abuse and neglect cases. Albert and Nuevelle had dated for a year.

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