Mr. Miller has practiced criminal litigation for the past eight years. He began his legal career as a prosecutor for the United States Navy and then with the Queens County District Attorney’s Office. He brings his extensive litigation experience to private practice.
As a Navy Lieutenant, Mr. Miller prosecuted cases for the Navy and Marine Corps throughout the Southeast United States, Caribbean and Guantanamo Bay Cuba. He also served on the staff of the Judge Advocate General, where he served as a Criminal Appellate Attorney and a National Security Law case advisor. He also served in the White House as a military protocol aide.
Upon leaving active duty, Mr. Miller joined the Queens County District Attorney’s Office and he was assigned as an Assistant District Attorney. As a New York City prosecutor, Mr. Miller was responsible for handling hundreds of diverse criminal matters. This experience greatly familiarized him with the inner-workings of the criminal justice system in New York.
Mr. Miller has appeared before both military and civilian judges and juries, and he has tried both felony and misdemeanor cases.
Based on his extensive criminal litigation experience, Mr. Miller was recently appointed to serve on the Assigned 18B Counsel Plans for New York and Nassau Counties. These panels are limited to ex perienced criminal law practitioners, and they fulfill the constitutional mandate of providing effective representation to indigent defendants. Mr. Miller represents defendants that are assigned to him by the presiding judges for both county criminal courts.
Prior Professional Experience:
¨ United States Navy Judge Advocate General Corps 1996-2000
· Rank: Lieutenant · Security Clearance: Top Secret
¨ Queens County District Attorney’s Office 2001-2003
· Assistant District Attorney
¨ George Washington University Law School
· Juris Doctor, 1995
¨ University of Maryland- College Park
· Bachelor of Science, 1991
¨Hebrew University of Jerusalem-Israel
· Rothberg International School for Overseas Students, 1989-90
· New York · New Jersey
· District of Columbia · United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces