On Wednesday, September 14th Corinne Miller stood in the Genesee District court for pre-trial on her role in the Flint Water Crisis. Miller was an employee of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services charged with one misdemeanor and two felonies. In order to avoid a trial Corinne Miller made a plea deal with the state of Michigan where she announced her role in the legionnaires cover up. At the pre-trial it was announced that Miller and two of her superiors knew about the deadly outbreak for months and, although they were required to report it, they chose not to tell the public.As a part of her plea deal, Corinne Miller will go into more detail of what happened with prosecutors and, if she follows her parole, will avoid jail time. Miller will be sentenced officially on April 19th, 2017 and DTV will keep you updated as more news on these events comes to light.