State judge accused of harboring wanted man is indicted on official misconduct, other counts

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SOMERVILLE, New Jersey — A suspended New Jersey judge has been indicted on charges that she hindered the search for a wanted man she was dating and living with in Woodbridge.

Somerset County prosecutors say Carlia Brady is charged with one count of official misconduct and two counts of hindering the man's apprehension in the indictment handed up by a county grand jury. It was made public Wednesday afternoon.

The case was transferred to Somerset County because the 41-year-old Brady served as a Superior Court judge in Middlesex County, where the arrest occurred in July 2013. She had started serving on the bench about three months earlier.

Brady allegedly harbored her then-boyfriend at her home and offered to help him obtain money, transportation or clothing to help him avoid discovery or apprehension.

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