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Jessica Miller
Salt Lake Tribune legal affairs reporter. I sit in Utah courtrooms so you don't have to.
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Jessica Miller Apr 16
Replying to @PaightenHarkins
We'll do it this summer when he's in town for the farmers market 💁🏼‍♀️
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Jessica Miller Apr 16
Replying to @PaightenHarkins
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Jessica Miller Apr 15
There's a new top prosecutor in Utah County, and he says he wants to "transform our criminal justice system" or fail trying. That means a big shift in how crimes are prosecuted in Utah's second largest county. My story:
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Jessica Miller Apr 13
Replying to @Jacob_Scholl
it was nice knowing you lol
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Jessica Miller Apr 13
Replying to @Jacob_Scholl
Us Ogden people barely know how to properly use crosswalks. This will be interesting...
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Jessica Miller Apr 13
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
Read the final story from and me on today's rally at BYU where students asked for change in how the private university enforces its Honor Code:
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
matching coworkers, continued
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
Replying to @jm_miller
A few speakers talking to the crowd now. Among them is former BYU football player Derik Stevenson. He's sharing his story with the crowd, one I detail more in this story:
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
Replying to @jm_miller
The group stays silent even as someone from the balcony in a nearby building yells "if you don't like the Honor Code, go to a different school!"
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
Replying to @jm_miller
The student are now taking a 5-minute moment of silence for the LGBT community.
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
Replying to @jm_miller
More student signs from BYU students asking for reform to the Honor Code Office
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
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The students are singing church hymns as they hold signs asking for change to the Honor Code Office
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
Replying to @jm_miller
I would estimate there's about 450ish people at this. Probably double the crowd size of the protest at BYU-idaho earlier this week
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
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"students made it, we can change it!" The group cheers. They are holding signs and some are writing letters to give to the Honor Code Office.
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
Replying to @jm_miller
The crowd is starting to gather and cheer "hey hey ho ho bring honor to the HCO"
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Jessica Miller Apr 12
Hi from Provo, where and I are covering a protest at BYU, where students are asking for change in how the school's Honor Code is enforced. Background:
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Jessica Miller Apr 10
New from : Utah filmmaker who admitted to molesting a teen boy in 1993 now is charged with sexual abuse of a young girl:
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Jessica Miller Apr 10
The final story tonight on BYU-Idaho students' protest for changes to Honor Code enforcement. I'll be in Provo on Friday to cover the sit-in planned at the Mormon church's flagship school.
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