Westchester man convicted at trial for possession
of a handgun and marijuana and sentenced to 3 1/2 years imprisonment has his conviction reversed by the attorneys at the
Law Offices of Miller & Miller. The Second Department held that the Arresting Officer failed to “scrupulously honor” the man's decision to
invoke his constitutional right to remain silent when he engaged the man in conversation designed to convince him to accept
responsibility for the ownership of the handgun without regard to the actual facts of the matter.
Brooklyn man accused of murdering his girlfriend is found not guilty by jury, after the lawyers of Miller & Miller demonstrated at trial that the available forensic evidence pointed to a different individual as the shooter.
Brooklyn man accused of robbery and attempted murder for an incident that resulted in the alleged victim suffering
significant stab wounds, has all charges except third degree assault dismissed for which he receives a favorable plea of probation.
Queens women accused of grand larceny is found not guilty by a jury in Nassau County after the lawyers of Miller & Miller forced the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office to disclose a video surveillance tape that had
been allegedly destroyed which established that a different individual had committed the subject offense. This matter
is presently the subject of a Federal Lawsuit to recover damages for the wrongful prosecution from both Nassau and Suffolk
Brooklyn youth is wrongly accused and arrested for the shooting of a man in the head,
has all charges dismissed against him and is presently pursuing a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the City of New York
for violation of his civil rights, false arrest, and malicious prosecution.
Manhattan man found
not guilty by a jury for the alleged attempted murder and assault of his boss, after he had stabbed his boss in the shoulder
with a knife during an altercation on a job site. The lawyers of Miller & Miller demonstrated that the man had acted in self defense during the altercation.
Brooklyn man convicted
of gun possession and sentenced to incarceration, has his case thrown out on appeal. The lawyers of Miller & Miller successfully argued to the Appellate Division Second Department that the man’s rights had been violated by the
arresting officer, when the officer questioned the man without first reading him his Miranda rights.