Oct 25, 2013 4:28 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - It looks like a former Nueces County courthouse employee accused of tampering with government documents won't be working for another government agency anytime soon.
Liza Garza made a deal with the District Attorney's office today after admitting wrongdoing. Garza will avoid jail time, but will be on a strict program with the DA's office for the next five years.
She'll have to check in regularly and she can't work for another government agency during that time.
Garza lost her job as a supervisor in the motor vehicles department over a year ago after investigators say they found more than thirty cases where she forged registration stickers.
She was accused of approving registrations with fake addresses and approving them without insurance.