Brian O’Connor, Detroit News

The former president of a Georgia company that filed thousands of forged documents in Michigan foreclosures pleaded guilty to state racketeering charges Monday in Kent County.

Lorraine Brown, former president of loan document processor DocX, faces up to 20 years in prison when she is sentenced May 2, according to the Michigan Attorney General’s office.

Brown already pleaded guilty to similar charges in federal court and in a Missouri case in which she agreed to a prison sentence of two to three years. DocX is out of business, but its parent company, Loan Processing Systems of Jacksonville, Fla., has cooperated with investigators and is paying out millions.

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