Bradenton Criminal Defense Attorneys

Case Results

The Miller Law Firm, P.A. has handled hundreds of cases successfully, protecting the rights and futures of the accused. Read some of our case results to learn how we've helped our clients move forward with their lives. If you've been accused of a crime, turn to an aggressive and experienced attorney from our firm. Attorney Scott Miller can put his 25+ years of experience to work for you.

  • Not Guilty
    Domestic Battery

    MM 2723: Domestic Battery charges dropped against Mr. Miller's client. The client contacted Mr. Miller and requested representation because she was arrested for Battery. Mr. Miller reviewed the police report with his client and could not believe a police officer would make an arrest based on these circumstances. Mr. Miller filed a Not Guilty plea on behalf of his client and requested a trial date be scheduled. The prosecutor dropped the charge.

  • Charges Dropped
    Battery

    MM 2595: Defense attorney Scott Miller was hired to defend his client arrested for battery regarding an altercation that occurred in a bar. Mr. Miller immediately filed a "Not Guilty" plea on behalf of his client and contacted the assigned prosecutor. Mr. Miller provided the prosecutor with information not included in the police report, along with legal documentation demonstrating the accusor was not credible. The morning of the client's scheduled arraignment, the state attorney's office announced on the record that they were not going forward and dropped the charge. Mr. Miller's client never had to make a court appearance.

  • Charges Dropped
    Domestic Battery

    MM 1896: Domestic Battery charges dropped against Mr. Miller's client. The client was wrongfully arrested by law enforcement after being involved in a physical confrontation with his step-son. Mr. Miller presented additional evidence to the prosecutor not included in the initial police reports. This information included information the step-son was on probation for possession of drugs from another county, that he was in violation of that probation, and a witness was present that would confirm the step-son was the aggressor. Now that charges are dropped, Mr. Miller is having his client's arrest record expunged.

  • Case Dropped
    Battery and Trespassing

    MM 1418: Battery and Trespassing charges dropped against Mr. Miller's client. Mr. Miller's client traveled from Tennessee to Bradenton to visit with extended friends and family. Unfortunately, the client became involved in a heated argument. Although the client left the area and went back to the hotel, police officers responded to the hotel and made an arrest. Once Mr. Miller was retained, he filed a "Not Guilty" plea on behalf of his client and demanded a jury trial. Mr. Miller contacted the State Attorney's Office and made available additional facts not originally in the police report. Finally, the prosecutor concluded that prosecuting the case would be not successful and dropped the case.

  • Not Guilty
    Domestic Battery

    MM 1252: Domestic Battery dropped by State Attorney's Office against Defense Lawyer Scott Miller's client. Once Mr. Miller was retained, he immediately filed a motion to delete a "No Contact" Order originally put into effect by the judge when the client was arrested. The Court granted the motion. Mr. Miller also pled his client "Not Guilty" and requested the Court set the matter for a jury trial. Although the client had a history of Domestic Battery arrests, the day before the client's arraignment the prosecutor announced she would not move forward with the case.

  • Charges Dropped
    DUI Causing Personal Injury

    CT 779: DUI Causing Personal Injury charge dropped against Mr. Miller's client. Defense lawyer Scott Miller was retained to defend his client charged with DUI and causing injury to people in another vehicle. Mr. Miller successfully argued to the state attorney's office errors made by the investigating police officer, along with evidence that would be ruled inadmissible against his client should this case go to a jury trial. The assigned prosecutor declined to move forward and announced in open court the charge was dropped.