Bob Miller focuses his practice on personal injury, criminal defense and all types of civil litigation. Bob received his law degree in 1966 from the Colorado School of Law. He has practiced law for 35 years, trying cases against the government in multiple areas of the law - from defending nuclear testing protesters, to challenging laws relating to discrimination. Bob pioneered the aggressive defense of drug laws in general and marijuana laws in particular. He has decades of experience as an attorney and has handled many high profile cases. Bob has achieved multiple civil verdicts in excess of $1 million, many in excess of $100,000 and has tried or settled claims involving medical malpractice, personal injuries and contract disputes. He has been listed in the Best Lawyers in America. Trials he has handled include drug sale and use, sexual assault, physical assaults, as well as DUI's and other drug and alcohol related offenses. He served as a past president of the Boulder County Bar Association (1976-77), past member of the Board of Directors of Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, and is a recipient of the prestigious Award of Professionalism from the Colorado Bar Association. He was featured in a New York Times article entitled "Spread of Marijuana Brings New Specialist - Drug Lawyers". Bob has been a guest lecturer at the University of Colorado School of Law. Currently he is a member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, has been on the Board of Directors of that organization and is a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association. He belongs to the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, Boulder County Bar, Colorado Bar and American Bar Associations.
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