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Wildenstein gets plea deal


Wildenstein gets plea deal
WILLIAM J. GIBBS JR. Maria Elena Wildenstein (left) is led away from her court appearance Nov. 12 in the Wilson County Criminal Justice Center by her attorney, Lorraine Efron.


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Wilson County News
November 12, 2013, 1:49pm
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Former La Vernia Junior High School Principal Maria Elena Wildenstein will serve seven years probation as part of a deferred adjudication agreement approved Nov. 12 by Judge Donna Rayes of the 81st Judicial District.

In addition to various court fees, 49-year-old Wildenstein also was ordered to repay $31,591.97 in restitution to the La Vernia Independent School District.

Wildenstein pled “no contest” to one count of misapplication by a fiduciary totaling more than $20,000 but less than $100,000. This was after 23 separate checks from the school’s junior high activity fund were misapplied.

For more, read the Nov. 20 edition of the Wilson County News.
 

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