Thank you for requesting me.
You have two options regarding prosecution: 1) you can take the matter to your local county prosecutor's office, or 2) you can take the matter to the state attorney general. In either case, you should speak to someone in the financial crimes department.
Taking the case to either prosecutor is no guarantee that they will pursue a prosecution. The prosecutor has discretion as to what cases he or she takes.
Another option, is to file a grievance with the state bar
association. You should start with the local bar association, and they can give you direction as to how to proceed. The essence of the grievance is that she has committed a felony, and therefore impacts her fitness to be an attorney.
I hope this answers you question. If you have more questions, let me know.
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If your primary goal is to get the MM and RA restored as before, you could threaten the above actions, and see if that will prompt her to voluntarily resign the positions.