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Her mother currently has custody of one of her three children. In 2007 while in prison she was diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder and other mental illnesses.
She also claimed that she wanted to give back to the people she had selfishly taken from.
The Court also determined that reliance on these facts to uphold the admission of the suicide note is supported by Supreme Court precedent. 23) On February 11, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, in a 2-1 opinion, affirmed the federal district court's reinstatement of Miller's convictions and sentences. In 2016 Sharee Miller, in a four-page typed letter sent to Genesee Circuit Judge Judith A.
The District Court also found that the Michigan Court of Appeals decision did not involve an unreasonable application of Ohio v Roberts. Fullerton, admitted to her role in her husband's death.
“She’s an innocent person out in society and she’s doing positive things,” Nickola said, “Having a Facebook page to communicate with her son who is serving in the military overseas is nothing inappropriate whatsoever.” While having a Facebook page is not a violation of Miller’s bond, Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton said this is a perfect example of why people need to be careful when they’re online.
“People have to be careful when they’re communicating with others who they don’t know on the Internet,” Leyton said. 14, 2011 the US Supreme Court remanded the Sharee Miller case to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals for further consideration in light of Green v Fisher, 565 US, 132 S Ct at 573.
The District Court went on to hold that the Michigan Court of Appeals decision did not involve an unreasonable application of Ohio v Roberts. p 20) The Court also held that the Michigan Court of Appeals did not apply a rule that was “contrary to” Supreme Court precedent when it held that Jerry Cassaday’s suicide note was admissible. p 20) The Court further explained that the suicide note “possessed sufficient guarantees of trustworthiness” to satisfy defendant’s constitutional right of confrontation.
Further, the Michigan Court of Appeals’ factual determination, that the statements were spontaneous, voluntary, made to Cassaday’s parents and less likely to be fabricated because he was about to kill himself, were reasonable findings.
Sharee Paulette Kitley Miller (born October 13, 1971) is an American woman accused of plotting the murder of her husband, Bruce Miller, over the Internet with her online lover Jerry Cassaday, who would later commit suicide. Bruce Miller was found dead at his junkyard in Flint, Michigan on November 8, 1999, killed by a .20 gauge shotgun.
Miller was convicted for her part of the crime, but her conviction was overturned and she was free on bond while awaiting a new trial. After Sharee was arrested in February 2000, she was held without bail until her trial. Sharee Miller trial began and her case made national headlines.
The new trial was scheduled to begin on October 20, 2009. In December 2009, Sharee Miller was found using the popular social networking site Facebook.