Trial Begins in Stalking Case Against D.C. Judge's Ex-Girlfriend

, The National Law Journal

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Jury selection began Tuesday in the government's case against Taylar Nuevelle, who is accused of breaking into the home of her former girlfriend, Washington, D.C., Superior Court Magistrate Judge Janet Albert, and stalking her through voluminous text messages and e-mails. One of the issues in the case is the extent to which the lawyers will be allowed to discuss a judicial misconduct complaint Nuevelle filed against Albert alleging that the judge improperly involved a deputy U.S. marshal amid the spat with Nuevelle.

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