Brad Miller has practiced and taught in the area of criminal law for the over nine years. He has extensive experience assisting people understanding the criminal justice system and has tried numerous cases in front of juries including:
Criminal Appeals Attorney and Rule 32 Petitions
Arizona law allows a defendant convicted of, or sentenced for, a criminal offense to file a notice of post-conviction relief if:
(a) the defendant’s conviction was obtained or the sentence was imposed in violation of the United States or Arizona constitutions;
(b) the court did not have jurisdiction to render a judgment or to impose a sentence on the defendant;
(c) the sentence imposed exceeds the maximum authorized by law, or is otherwise not in accordance with the sentence authorized by law;
(d) the defendant continues to be in custody after his or her sentence expired;
(e) newly discovered material facts probably exist and those facts probably would have changed the verdict or sentence.
If you receive notice from the Department of Justice, IRS, DHS, you need to call immediately to discuss your case. Title 18 of the United States Code governs crimes under federal law like, mail fraud, bank robbery, child pornography, credit card fraud, computer crimes, etc.
If you are on active duty, in a duty status as a reservist, you are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice. While you will be assigned a defense attorney, you have the right to hire an experienced attorney to defend your rights, career, and future. Call me today for a consultation.
A member of the armed forces, active, reserve, guard, can be brought in front of an administrative separations board, in order to be discharged. It is akin to being fired from a job. Even though the purpose of the hearing is not to punish, your rights VA benefits, including disability, home, GI Bill, can be permanently taken away. Hire someone who has a tremendous amount of experience in handling administrative separations.
Call me to represent you to make sure the benefits you worked hard for are not taken away.