All felonies are serious. Very few felonies go to trial (less than 2%). Why? A trial takes an incredible amount of time for preparation and it’s easier for both the lawyer and prosecutor to agree on a quick plea bargain. Many plea bargains are “lousy” deals and do not serve the best interest of the client. A trial, however, means that you truly get American justice.
Doc Miller takes your life seriously and gets ready for trial. That means a good investigation, questioning the evidence, and doing the reading and writing to defend a person through trial. It includes listening to the client, believing is his case, and showing up prepared to stand and deliver.
A well-regulated militia, being necessary for the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
No lawyer has fought harder for the Second Amendment or Firearm Rights and Hunting than Thomas C. “Doc” Miller. While in law school in 1990, Doc Miller studied the law of concealed weapon permits and filed a lawsuit demanding that local Colorado police officials, and especially the Denver Police Department, to stop their arbitrary and capricious denial of concealed weapon permits. The lawsuit resulted in the landmark decision in Miller v. Colliers where concealed weapon permits were opened to the citizens of Colorado, and ultimately the United States of America.
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