A Yakima lawyer charged with theft and introducing contraband in the county jail expects to hear the verdict Monday.
Testimony in the trial of Kimberly Grijalva wrapped up Friday. The trial is being conducted by visiting Judge Brian Altman without a jury.
The Yakima Herald-Republic reports she is accused of giving inmates access to a private phone line so they could make calls free of the jail charge. She's also accused of letting an inmate use her cell phone during a visit. Cell phones are jail contraband.
The lawyer said she was unaware the private line was being used improperly and she through it was OK for an inmate to use her cell phone during a visit.