After Sharee was arrested in Februaryshe was held without bail until her trial.
After Sharee was arrested in Februaryshe was held without bail until her trial. On December 12,the trial began and her case made national headlines. According to the prosecution, Sharee wanted Bruce dead for his money and that a divorce would not have given her enough.
michgian After two days of deliberation, on December 22, the jury found Sharee Miller guilty on all charges. On Jan. She also claimed that she wanted to give back to the people she had selfishly taken from.
The judge found that the suicide note from Cassaday her boyfriend and the one who committed the homicide should never have been admitted into court and seen by the jurors because Cassaday was dead and could not be cross examined. The new hcat was scheduled to begin on October 20, Miller's attorneys appealed this action. Miller's lawyer David Nickola said that there was no reason for his client to be barred from using a computer, but Sharee's Facebook was temporarily deactivated when it attracted publicity.
He states that Sharee used Facebook to keep in touch with her family members and her son who is overseas in the military. Court of Appeals upheld the August federal ruling that the Cassaday suicide note was not admissible.
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Supreme Court case law. On Aug. The court held the suicide note possessed sufficient guarantees of trustworthiness to satisfy defendant's constitutional right of confrontation.
It also found that 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. On February 11,the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit affirmed the federal district court's reinstatement of Miller's convictions and sentences. InSharee Miller, in a four- typed letter sent to Judge Fullerton, admitted to her role in her husband's death.
Fullerton of the Genesee County Circuit Court, issued an opinion denying Miller's motion for relief from judgment. In popular culture[ edit ].