Maryland DUI Lawyer Alexandra Miller
The laws surrounding driving under the influence (DUI) in Maryland are quite complex; therefore, having a qualified defense attorney on your side is highly recommended. An attorney will not only ensure that your rights are protected at this crucial time, but can also begin preparing a defense in an effort to secure the best possible resolution for your circumstances.
Attorney Alexandra Miller has established a reputation in the legal community for her analytical and trial skills. Fluent in both French and Spanish, Ms. Miller is dedicated to helping clients in need of defense against serious criminal charges.
Ms. Miller earned her Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Loyola College and worked in finance for several well-known corporations, such as Toyota and McCormick, before deciding to attend law school. She went on to obtain her law degree–ahead of schedule–from the University of Baltimore with dual concentrations in criminal and public interest law.
While she was still in law school, Ms. Miller was accepted into a prestigious Judicial Clerkship in the Baltimore Circuit Court. While in this program, she was recruited by the Office of the State’s Attorney and given the opportunity to work with the top state prosecutors on a number of complex criminal matters–including the successful prosecution in one of Maryland’s most notorious homicide cases. After the trial was over, Ms. Miller was promoted to Legal Analyst, where she worked with the Director of Communications, the State’s Attorney, prosecutors, and the media on high-profile cases.
Ms. Miller decided to advance her career by accepting a position at the Maryland Judiciary in Annapolis, where she handled responsibilities such as training Circuit and District Court judges, writing the Clerks of Court manuals, and implementing the court’s policies. In this role, she also addressed and resolved legal issues affecting Maryland courts, managed legal services Court Programs, and provided guidance to legal services providers, government agencies, and law enforcement.
Now that Ms. Miller is in private practice, she uses her investigatory skills to the benefit of those facing criminal charges.