Monica Whitten has been sentenced to one year in Stanislaus County Jail for filing false documents in a failed effort to stall foreclosure on her parents’ home in 2009. She was convicted on June 5 of two counts of offering to record or recording false documents, both felonies.
Deputy District Attorney Brad Nix of the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s Office was the prosecutor.
Whitten herself was victimized when she purchased real estate forms that are marketed as tools to delay or stop foreclosures.
This posting was abstracted from an article in the Modesto Bee.