IN BRIEF: Notary guilty in forging affidavits in Shayna Hubers case

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Notary guilty in forging affidavits in
Shayna Hubers case

Shayna Hubers notary

A notary named Brittany Young did most of those affidavits in the Shayna Hubers trial and it turned out that she forged most of the signatures.

On Thursday, in a plea bargain, Young pled guilty to 28 counts of forgery. The recommended sentence is 5 years’ probation, along with 30 days in jail, and 150 days of home incarceration, Sinclair Media notes.

Sentence will be imposed in early November. Young had no comment as she left a Northern Kentucky courtroom.

Still unknown, why did Brittany Young forge the documents? That might come out at sentencing.

Hubers was convicted for the 2012 murder of her on-and-off boyfriend, Northern Kentucky attorney Ryan Poston in Highland Heights and was sentenced to 40 years in prison. But her conviction has been overturned.