Former Nashua district court judge arrested, charged with tampering with records, falsifying evidence
CONCORD – An investigation into allegations that she “whited-out” certain handwritten orders in a family court file and altered other orders connected with the case as culminated in the arrest Thursday of former Nashua district court Judge Julie A. Introcaso.
Introcaso, 56, of Bedford, has been on unpaid leave since last year as members of the state Judicial Conduct Committee investigated the alleged wrongdoing.
In announcing Introcaso’s arrest, Deputy Attorney General Jane E. Young said she is charged with two felony and three misdemeanor offenses.
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