Complaint charges circuit court judge with using whiteout to alter evidence

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NH Circuit Court Judge Julie Introcaso

CONCORD - A Circuit Court Judge for the state of New Hampshire was arrested on Thursday on several felony and misdemeanor charges of falsifying physical evidence.

The complaints against Judge Julie A. Introcaso, 56, of Bedford, comprise:

Two class B felony counts of falsifying physical evidence charging that on or between Jan. 6, 2020 and Jan.9, 2020, having been notified that an official proceeding was pending ... (she did) apply whiteout to the entirety of the original handwritten orders, and did so with the purpose to impair their verity or availability in the JCC matter.

Two class A misdemeanor counts of tampering with public records or information charging her with knowingly making a false alteration to two of her original handwritten orders issued on March 12, 2019 ... by applying whiteout to the entirety of the original handwritten orders, said orders being documents kept by the government for information or record.

One class A misdemeanor count of unsworn falsification charging her with while acting with a purpose to deceive a public servant in the performance of his or her official function, did make a written false statement which she did not believe to be true, when on or about April 3, 2020, Judge Introcaso sent a letter to the Judicial Conduct Committee in response to the JCC's inquiry in which the JCC asked Judge Introcaso whether she had altered and/or removed documents from the same case file. According to the complaint, Introcaso falsely denied doing so.

Introcaso will be arraigned on a date and time to be determined by the court.

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