Posted: Jul 9, 2013 9:40 AM by Andrew Ellison - email@example.com
Updated: Jul 9, 2013 6:58 PM
CORPUS CHRISTI - A woman who worked at the Nueces County courthouse for more than 20 years, plead not guilty to tampering with government documents this morning.
Liza Garza is a former supervisor in the Motor Vehicles Department who was fired last September.
In just a two month period, investigators say they found over 30 cases where Garza gave out stickers that never should have been given out, by forging the registrations.
Courthouse officials say Garza would forge the registration with a fake address, and approve it without insurance.
Garza is only charged in nine out of 22 cases.
She goes to trial in Mid-August.
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