Court adjourned to the New Year for accused in Taylor death

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The woman charged with second-degree murder in the death of a man in Taylor will not be in the court again until the New Year.

Lisa Miel was arrested in September when RCMP stopped her in a white pickup truck in Taylor, not far from the body of the registered owner of the truck, Kirk Morin.

She also faces a charge for of breaching her undertaking, as the condition she breached was a no-contact order.

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Fort St. John RCMP confirmed to Energetic City previously that this is related to an earlier file, and not the death of Morin.

Her next appearance is Jan. 20, 2016.

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