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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Salt Lake County District Attorney Lohra Miller says she plans to run for another term in 2010.
Miller is establishing a re-election committee and planning fundraisers for this year.
Miller's first few months in office were marked by the departure of several prosecutors who either retired or went to work elsewhere.
But Miller says she's made changes that have helped improve the office, including helping prosecutors make better use of their time through technology and stopping the purchase of hard copies of code books to save money.
Miller also has created a domestic violence specialty team that she hopes will screen cases and file charges faster.
Information from: Deseret News
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