A New Hampshire woman allegedly posed as a prosecutor in order to drop charges against herself. Littleton resident Lisa Landon, 33, was facing drug possession and stalking charges but submitted paperwork in which she claimed to be a prosecutor seeking to drop the charges. Unfortunately, her plan didn’t work, and the New Hampshire Union Leader reports that Landon has since been indicted by Hillsborough County Grand Jury on six counts of falsifying physical evidence and one count of false personation.
- Landon went to great lengths to get the charges dropped. Using the state’s digital filing system, Landon is accused of submitting paperwork for three different cases between November and December 2019 asking for charges against Landon to be vacated. It almost worked… but not quite.
- It all began unraveling when authorities looked into it further. A forensic examiner contacted county prosecutors in November asking if a competency evaluation against Landon was going ahead given that paperwork had been filed for the charges to be dropped. Looks like the jig was up!
- Landon didn’t stop there with her false filings! She also allegedly filed a fake decision made by a superior court judge to vacate the filing fees for a lawsuit she had submitted, Boston.com reports. There was also a motion to stop proceedings in a custody case involving her child. She was caught out on every single one.
- Chances are, she’ll be in worse trouble than she was previously. Not only will she still face justice for the previous charges against her but she also has even more serious charges against her now. It’s unclear whether or not she’ll spend time behind bars and how long if so, but something tells me she’ll be regretting her attempt at trickery.