A once prominent Warren defense attorney is back in the Trumbull County Jail for the second time in six months.

According to a police report, 64-year-old Maridee Costanzo was arrested for criminal trespassing on Sunday afternoon after she was found staying at her former home on Genesee Avenue NE.

The report says Costanzo broke a window to enter the home, which was condemned by the health department several months ago.

This past August, a judge handed Costanzo a suspended sentence after she was convicted of permitting drug abuse. 

Costanzo was charged last summer after police came to her Genesee Ave NE home, where someone had overdosed on drugs and was taken to Trumbull Regional Medical Center.

At that time, Police said they had records of four overdoses at the home over the previous three months.

Costanzo was still on probation for that conviction when she was arrested Sunday.

Once a well-known defense attorney in Trumbull County, Costanzo was sentenced to eight years in federal prison in 2005 for trying to hire someone to kill her husband.

In 2013, Costanzo wrote a letter to the federal judge who sentenced her, saying she was turning her life around, working to obtain a master’s degree in substance abuse and chemical dependency counseling.

Four years later, authorities from Geauga County searched Costanzo’s Genesee Avenue NE home as part of an investigation into stolen property.

Costanzo ended up pleading guilty to one count of receiving stolen property and was sentenced to probation for two years.  

As for the latest trespassing charge, Costanzo was scheduled for an arraignment hearing on Tuesday.