Assistant U.S. Attorney Bruce Riordan says Nune Gevorkyan and her husband Oganes Koshkaryan entered their guilty pleas Monday to conspiracy and other charges.
Gevorkyan worked as a clerk where criminal documents are filed for two years, and looked at sealed indictments before raids on Armenian Power associates across Southern California in February 2011.
Koshkaryan acted as an intermediary, selling information his wife collected in exchange for cash.
A records search revealed Gevorkyan had accessed sealed court documents in at least two ongoing investigations.
A defendant in the Armenian Power case told FBI about the couple while seeking a reduced sentence.