A Maryland administrative judge has recommended that Prince George’s County school board member Juanita Miller should remain on the 14-member board.
Judge Richard O’Connor wrote in an opinion issued Monday but released Thursday that Miller “did not violate any statute, policy, or bylaw” and performed her duties “competently in a distinctly hostile environment.”
In a brief phone interview while in Egypt, Miller said Thursday, “I’m elated. If nothing else, the truth prevails.”
Miller’s attorneys with Marcus Bonsib of Greenbelt said they are “gratified but not surprised by this outcome.”
“It is clear from the thorough opinion issued by the Administrative Law Judge that he carefully considered all of the evidence in arriving at a well-reasoned decision,” said Sydney Patterson, one of Miller’s attorneys. “The charges against Dr. Miller should never have been issued and she is looking forward to having this matter behind her.”
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