While no attorney can guarantee a specific outcome, John B. Miller & Associates, P.C. presents some of our recent successes on this page as a testament to our hard work and dedication to each of our clients.
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We had a client that was in jail for 8 months with a public defender before he hired us for his armed robbery charge. Within a month, we had him out of jail and the charges dismissed by proving his alibi.
We had a client that had a DUI when he was sitting in a parking lot with the car on. We were able to get video evidence that he was never in the driver's seat, resulting in the DUI being dropped.
We had a client accused of possession of child pornography. By showing his teenage son was using his computer and had a hidden directory, we were able to get the District Attorney to drop the life-altering charge.
Possession of Child Pornography
We had a client with felony battery charges. He admitted that he committed battery, but denied the elements that made it a felony. We were able to get the charges dropped to a misdemeanor without jail time.
We had a client who was charged with sexual assault on a friend when out for a night of drinking. After interviewing a large number of witnesses, we were able to gather the evidence needed to avoid any criminal charges.
We had a client who was facing felony drug charges and deportation. We negotiated a deal that both reduced the charge to a misdemeanor and got a conditional discharge, which saved his immigration status.
Felony Drug Charges
We had a DUI client who was told they had to spend 30 days in jail, which would cause them to lose a job. Even though this client had no real legal defenses, we re-negotiated the plea in a way that saved the job.
We had a client who was facing a felony DUI for having a DUI and 3 DUI Child endangerments. We were able to negotiate dropping two child endangerment charges, keeping the DUI a misdemeanor.
We had a client that had been in jail on theft charges for a month before we got the case. We were able to use video evidence to show that while he looked similar, he had distinct features different from the one that committed the crime. All charges were dropped.
We had a client who was accused of driving without a license when child support recovery suspended it. When we were able to show that the license was revoked in error and he was not given proper notice, the prosecution dropped his charge.
Driving Without a License
We had a client accused of aggravated battery, but by presenting evidence of self-defense, he was found to be not-guilty.
We had a client charged with forgery who had admitted to the police that he did it. They were offering him 5 years in prison, but we were able to get it to a probation-only offense.
We had a client who was accused of domestic violence. Without any bruising on his wife, and with the evidence of his torn shirt, we were able to show that she was the aggressor and not him.
We had a client who had four attorneys tell him that he had to have committed child molestation based on the evidence. We took him seriously and took his case, and we were able to show that the child was interviewed by someone without training whose questioning was damaging to the child. Charges were dropped just before they were to be filed.
We had a DUI client who said they were not intoxicated. When we reviewed the video, we saw multiple errors in the way the rookie cop administered the roadside tests and got them thrown out and charges dismissed.
We got pre-trial diversion for a client charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession, allowing the client to keep their record clean.