Thanks for the heads up!!
ABC12 VIDEO AT LINK
August 30, 2012"Miller's return to prison stems, in part, from a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision tied a key issue in her case - a suicide note. "The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled the old law applies," says Miller's trial attorney David Nickola. It is a complicated case, but it appears a ruling impacting suicide notes as evidence, does not apply in Miller's case. "Sharee, unfortunately, under the old law, has been ordered to go back to prison while her appeal continues," Nickola says.
"In my opinion, justice has once again prevailed and Sharee Miller is where she belongs," says Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton. "I'm hopeful there won't be another trial. If it becomes necessary, we will be willing to proceed," Leyton says."