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Wayne County prosecutor's office: No criminal charges against Judge McCree's alleged mistress

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

The Wayne County prosecutor's office tells FOX 2 Friday no criminal action will be taken against Geniene La'Shay Mott, the woman who claims she had an affair with Third Circuit Judge Wade McCree while she was a complaining witness in a child support case he was presiding over.

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