A woman in New Hampshire was facing stalking and drug charges last year, so she impersonated a prosecutor and filed counterfeit documents with the court to have charges dropped.  Her plan worked until a state official figured it out . . . and she was just indicted for falsifying evidence.

Woman accused of impersonating prosecutor, dropping criminal charges against herself

A Littleton woman allegedly impersonated a Hillsborough County prosecutor when she filed bogus documents with court officials declaring that the drug possession and stalking case against her had been dropped, according to recently released indictments.

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