Former Mesa County, Colo., clerk Tina Peters, back, listens with lawyer Stephen Bernstein during Peters' trial Friday, March 3, 2023, in Grand Junction, Colo. Peters was convicted of a misdemeanor obstruction charge for refusing to turn over an iPad she allegedly used to videotape a court hearing. While jurors found Peters guilty of obstructing government operations, she was acquitted of obstructing a peace officer. The case is separate from Peters' alleged involvement in a security breach of voting machines. (Scott Crabtree/The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel via AP, Pool)
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