O'Brien was then working as a special assistant attorney general for the
O'Brien was reassigned to non-judicial duties Wednesday by
She could not be reached for comment Wednesday.
O'Brien, who is married to a judge, immigrated to
She was the first Asian elected president of the
While working for the
A little over a year later, O'Brien refinanced mortgages on that property and another she bought a month later in the 800 block of
In 2006, she applied for a commercial line of credit to pay expenses on the two properties, falsely stating that her realty company made a
The future judge allegedly paid Bartko and a straw buyer to purchase the two properties, according to the charges.
She is scheduled to be arraigned next week.
Her husband, attorney
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