Gary S. Miller
Gary S. Miller is a former Harris County Chief Prosecutor who specializes in Houston criminal defense. He is committed to providing superior defense to individuals who refuse to allow the government to take their liberty without a fight.
As an a Former Chief Prosecutor of County Criminal Court at Law 4 and County Criminal Court at Law 14 and a Felony Prosecutor of the 208th District Court in Harris County, he prosecuted all types of cases including drug possessions, assaults and batteries, DWI and DUI, prostitution, and theft. Jury trials allowed Gary to display his legal talents and he was promoted extremely quickly throughout his career the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.
“Criminal defense is a series of carefully calculated decisions that ultimately convince a prosecutor that they cannot win. Strategy, legal talent and ability, experience, personality, instincts, improvisation, risk v. benefits analysis – nothing is left to chance. You must have a strategy to destroy the prosecutors mission to convict you and must capitalize on any opportunities that exist or I can create.” — Gary
- University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Juris Doctorate, with Honors, 2005
- University of California, Davis B.A. English, 2002
- Harris County Assistant District Attorney, 2006-2008
- Hinton, Sussman, Bailey & Davidson 2005-2006
- Houston Bar Association
- Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association
- Texas State Bar
- State Bar of Texas, 2005
Julie graduated with Honors from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Following law school, she received an LL. M. in Health Law from the University of Houston Law Center. She went to Louisiana State University where she earned her B. A. in Political Science.
She focuses her practice on legal matters dealing with physicians, nurses, and other medical professionals, including licensure, DPS, DEA, and Medicaid/Medicare fraud. She has had extensive mediation and arbitration training, aiding in the resolution of numerous disputes. In addition, she has represented clients in over 80 administrative hearings.
- I’m Incompetent but Forced to Stand Trial: The Fifth Amendment Allows Induced Competency to Stand Trial by Forced Administration of Drugs. Sell v. United States, 123 S. Ct. 2174 (2003). ADELPHIA LAW J., Vol. 14.
- Texas Joins Majority Requiring Parental Consent for Abortion
(Health Law Perspectives Health Law & Policy Institute, December 6, 2005)
- CDC Proposes New Rules to Deal with Infectious Disease, Including Quarantine
(Health Law Perspectives Health Law & Policy Institute, March 31, 2006)