DA not likely to face further disciplinary action

DA not likely to face further disciplinary action

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SALT LAKE CITY -- It looks like there will be no further action against District Attorney Lohra Miller for her alleged retaliation against a veteran Salt Lake County prosecutor.

Miller was ordered to re-hire Kent Morgan after she fired him, after accusing him of leaking information to Doll House escort service owner Steven Maese.

But she didn't assign Morgan cases or let him return to the courtroom, rather only allowed him to labor as a law clerk.

Last week, the Career Service Center ordered Miller to let Morgan return to his old job.

Salt Lake County Peter Corroon says the action is sufficient and he plans no further action against Miller.

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