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Randall B.

Miller
3004 Franciscan Dr. #1831
Arlington, Texas 76015
(817) 714-6053
Attorney
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
An accomplished professional with solid experience in the legal field including
criminal and family law for 8 years, education and school law, business law, and
property taxes and real estate law in general. An effective communicator who a
ble to interact well with diverse personalities, provide information with clarit
y, and build trust and respect with associates and clients. A fast learner with
the ability to adapt quickly to new responsibilities and challenges, prioritize
activities to ensure the timely completion of duties, analyze problems and impl
ement effective solutions, and work aggressively to achieve set goals and object
ives. Majored in Political Science due to a love of politics and public service.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
State Counsel For Offenders 2008-2010
Texas Attorney
* Section Manager and Supervising Attorney of Civil Commitment Section
* Represent Texas offenders in Involuntary Sexual Civil Commitment Jury Trials
Law Office of Randall B. Miller
Texas Attorney and Counselor at Law 2000-2008
* General practice focused on Criminal Defense and Family Law.
* Significant criminal felony and misdemeanor jury trial experience with trials
resulting in not guilty verdicts and hung juries.
* Gained an enormous amount of juvenile bench trial experience with cases being
dismissed due to insufficient evidence and clients found not to have engaged in
delinquent conduct.
* Realized significant jury selection experience and conducting pre-trial hearin
gs including suppression of evidence.
* Negotiated plea bargaining agreements, filed motions, and prepared defendants
and witnesses for in court appearances.
* Education law and School law experience gained from representing students sent
to detention and expelled students.
* Handled Special Education cases.
* Practiced business law to include setting up corporations, limited liability c
orporations, limited liability partnerships and general partnerships.
* Reviewed real estate contracts, business contracts and set up trademarks.
* Handled small estate probates, wills, trusts and medical power of attorneys.
Perdue, Brandon, Fielder, Collins and Mott
Texas Attorney 1998-2000
* Gained significant Property Tax/Ad Valorem Bench Trial experience.
* Represented tax collecting agencies, including school districts, cities, and c
ounties in the collection of Ad Valorem/Property Taxes in both State Court and F
ederal Bankruptcy Court.
EDUCATION
Texas Wesleyan School of Law
Juris Doctor 1998
* Parliamentarian, Black Law Students Association
* Black Law Students Association Moot Court competitor 2nd year and 3rd year
* Texas Wesleyan School of Law Moot Court Competitor 2nd year
Texas A&M University-College Station
B.A., Political Science 1995
* Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Political Science
Computer Skills:
* Pro Doc, Westlaw, Lexis Nexis, and Microsoft Word