MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - A Montgomery woman has pleaded guilty to revealing confidential information while she was serving on a grand jury in a major drug case, Attorney General Luther Strange announced.
Latoya Ware pleaded guilty in Montgomery County Circuit Court on Monday to an unclassified felony after attempting to reveal classified grand jury evidence.
Ware has since applied for a pretrial diversion program, which would allow her to enter into a suspension program and if completed would potentially bring no charges upon her or if charged the charges would be dismissed. However the state is opposing the pretrial diversion.
Ware faces a potential sentence of three years and a $3,000 fine.
Ware said she deleted the photos, however when questioned by the prosecutor and investigators of the Attorney General's Office, she denied taking any photographs.
After a search of her phone, the photos were found in an internet cloud.