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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 11h
New: A Utah child psychiatrist who once faced accusations that he had viewed child pornography at work will be able to practice medicine again. He denied viewing illegal images, but admitted to licensing authorities he looked at "preteen modeling sites."
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ICYMI: A Utah woman reported a sexual assault — but ended up facing a criminal charge herself for asking the state to pay for her rape kit:
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Jessica Miller Nov 11
A Utah woman reported she was sexually assaulted. No charges were filed. But a year later, officials said she "misrepresented the facts of the crime,” and they charged her with fraud over the cost of a rape kit. My story:
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Taylor Stevens Nov 10
New from me: Utah state Senate Republican files a police report alleging he was assaulted by House Democratic leader.
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Nate Carlisle Nov 9
BREAKING FROM ME: Like we told you in 2017, NCAA finds BYU guard Nick Emery received trips and other benefits. must vacate wins, will be on probation.
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Rachel Molenda Nov 8
It's finally here. photos of the month from October
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Taylor Stevens Nov 6
D.A. Sim Gill, Sheriff Rosie Rivera, Clerk Sherrie Swensen jump to big early leads in Salt Lake County; council incumbents ahead, too, early election results show.
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Rachel Molenda Nov 6
Get it while it's hot, y'all.
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Jessica Miller Nov 6
Replying to @dorasnews @fox13
The detective sat down for an interview with Fox 13's . (The Tribune is news-gathering partners with .) Check out her story that aired last night:
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Jessica Miller Nov 6
Remember the SLC detective who was fired last year after arresting a nurse in an emergency room? In his first interview since body cam video went viral, Jeff Payne says there's nothing to apologize for — he doesn't feel he did anything wrong.
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The Salt Lake Tribune Nov 5
Nurse Alex Wubbels "was doing her job,” said Detective Jeff Payne, the officer who arrested her more than a year ago over a blood draw. “I was doing my job. And unfortunately, it conflicted. And I am the one who bears most of the burden for it.”
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Jessica Miller Nov 5
NEW: Rich County prosecutors today filed a negligent homicide charge against the target shooter who shot and killed a Weber County teen who had been riding in a car with is family. My story so far:
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Paighten 🦃 Harkins Oct 31
Happy Halloween, folks
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Jessica Miller Oct 31
Replying to @lwhitehurst
I'm just a stickler for the facts
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Jessica Miller Oct 31
My witches, that photo you all are sharing of a Utah DMV worker dressed as a sloth for Halloween is fake. A reverse image search shows the photo was taken last year in California.
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Jessica Miller Oct 30
This Utah defense attorney faced complaints from 20 clients — including a man sent to death row. Now, he’s banned from practicing law for three years. My story:
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Jessica Miller Oct 30
So this Utah police officer was charged over the summer with assaulting someone he was arresting — but nobody knew about it because the prosecutors filed the charging docs under seal. The filing was made public last week after I asked the courts about it:
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Taylor Stevens Oct 30
Is there a brain drain in the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office? Republican Nathan Evershed has made the issue central to his campaign.
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Jessica Miller Oct 30
ICYMI: A 70yo Utah woman is sent to prison for trying to hire someone to kill her ex-husband. But her legal troubles aren't over — she's still facing charges for twice trying to hire another hitman to kill the guy she originally hired to find a hitman
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Jessica Miller Oct 29
Replying to @jm_miller
The judge sentences Gillman to spend a three-year-to-life sentence in prison. He said he worries about putting her in prison with people who could help her do further harm, but says he can't let her go free.
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