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California Judge Accused Of Giving A Woman A Job In Exchange For Sex

California Judge Accused Of Giving A Woman A Job In Exchange For Sex

Judge Scott Steiner

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Orange County authorities are investigating California Supreme Court Judge Scott Steiner.

A married Orange County Superior Court judge allegedly traded sex for a job opportunity, the Orange County Weekly reported.

The Orange County sheriff's office is investigating Judge Scott Steiner, who is also a part-time law professor at Champman University's law school, after discovering his alleged affair with a young woman who later landed a job at the Orange County District Attorney's Office, according to the OC Weekly.

Steiner worked in the OC DA's office for 11 years before becoming a judge, according to his college alumni bio.

OC Weekly also reports, "well-placed legal sources say that allegations may include courthouse sex."

Steiner's attorney, criminal defense lawyer Paul Meyer of Costa Mesa, has not immediately returned a request for comment.

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