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Trial Of Kenneth Miller Delayed Slightly

Originally posted 11 May 2012

We have been informed that the case of Kenneth L. Miller has been rescheduled to 21 June 2012 when pretrial conference or a change of plea hearings will be heard. The case is set to go before the Honorable William K. Sessions III. This moves back the selection of a jury to 10 July 2012.

Miller has been charged as an accessory to the kidnapping and removal from the country of Isabella Miller, the daughter of Janet Jenkins and Lisa Miller during their civil union. Judge William Cohen of Vermont gave numerous opportunities to Lisa Miller to comply with the court’s order that Jenkins have visitation with Isabella, but ultimately, Miller absconded with the child only to end up in Central America.



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One Response to Trial Of Kenneth Miller Delayed Slightly

  1. Robert Baty

    June 5, 2012 at 6:15 pm

    I was unable to copy the documents, but it appears there is a mutual agreement in the works to delay the jury selection and trial until the second week of August 2012.

    A motion has been filed to move the jury selection and trial to the August dates.

    Of course, the prospect remains that Kenneth will try to make a settlement deal to avoid prosecution and jail time prior to trial.

    We’ll see how that goes.

    Robert Baty