Woman bailed out by Corzine in trouble again

May 12, 2009 8:25:41 AM PDT
A woman bailed out of jail by Gov. Jon Corzine could be sent back to jail after failing to comply with her pretrial intervention program. Karen Golding entered the program after she was charged in 2006 with stalking Assemblyman and state Democratic Chairman Joseph Cryan.

Pretrial intervention was continued in 2007 after Golding entered a conditional guilty plea to charges that she stalked Cryan's girlfriend.

Golding was told to have no contract with Cryan or with some of his friends and relatives.

Despite the warning, authorities say Golding sought public records on Cryan last year.

She now could face jail time when she's sentenced next month.


Information from: The Star-Ledger, http://www.nj.com/starledger

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