Here is a web site I just found on which you can get regular updates on the status of Pastor Kenneth Miller, the Mennonite pastor who has gone to prison for having aided in the escape of Lisa Miller (no relation) and her daughter Isabella from a custody order handing Isabella over to Lisa's unrelated former lesbian partner. Lisa and Isabella are apparently now in Nicaragua being sheltered by the Mennonite community there, though they are apparently in some danger of capture. I've discussed that case here, here, and here.
The bad news, today, is that Pastor Miller has been sentenced to twenty-seven months in federal prison for his role in Lisa and Isabella's escape. The good news is that the sentence has been temporarily suspended while an appeal goes forward. Pastor Miller's lawyers are appealing on grounds of an allegedly incorrect trial venue. Evidently Miller was tried in Vermont despite the fact that his "crime" neither occurred nor was planned in Vermont. (Vermont is where the lesbian partner lives who is pursuing Isabella and Lisa.) It may be some time before that appeal is completed. Meanwhile, it looks like Pastor Miller is going home. He has already spent some time in jail for his refusal to testify against others who helped Lisa and Isabella. I can only guess, from the statement that he is going home, that the judge in that case has given up on trying to break his resolve not to testify by sentencing him to jail.
If you are interested in the case, this looks like a useful site to bookmark.