Cases Won for Our Clients

Learn about our track record of success by reading these case results. Our firm's focus is to get your case dismissed so that you can move forward with your life in freedom. If you've been charged with a crime or arrested, call Attorney Miller today at (940) 580-4287!
  • Felony Reduced
    1st Degree Felony - Manufacturing & Delivering FIRST DEGREE FELONY MAN/DEL CS PG 2 >= 4G<400G REDUCED. Client indicted for Manufacturing and Delivery of very large quantity of Ecstasy. Nathan Miller negotiated a plea bargain reducing the charge to possession in exchange for the minimum sentence allowed by law.
  • Reduced
    2nd DWI with BAC .15 or Higher Client wrecked vehicle after driving off of I35 and was subsequently arrested for DWI. A blood test showed his BAC was above a .15. Because he had a prior DWI conviction he was charged with DWI 2ND and faced jail time with tough probation requirements afterward. Nathan Miller got the blood test results and prior conviction dropped. Client received probation with no jail time and no ignition interlock for DWI 1ST.
  • License Saved
    Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Hearing DWI Client’s Driver’s License suspension denied and licese saved after Nathan Miller won Client’s Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Hearing.
  • Dismissed, Future Expunction Eligibility.
    Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child 17-year-old client’s family hired Nathan after he confessed to having consensual sex with a 13-year-old girl at a park. After investigation uncovered thousands of text messages and secret, fake Facebook accounts, Nathan Miller presented the Defense’s case to the Denton County Grand Jury. After careful consideration of the whole story, not just the police and the victim’s family’s version, the Grand Jury “No Billed” (refused to indict) the case.
  • Client's Driver License Saved
    ALR Proceeding ALR Proceeding Regarding Driver’s License Dismissed – Client’s Driver License Saved
  • License Saved
    ALR Proceeding ALR Proceeding Regarding Driver’s License Dismissed – Client’s Driver License Saved.
  • Expunction Granted
    Assault Expunction Granted on Assault by Contact Charge
  • Dismissed
    Assault Causing Bodily Injury Client charged with Class A Misdemeanor assault after a bar fight. Nathan Miller set the case for trial and the charge was later dismissed.
  • Expunged
    Assault Causing Bodily Injury Expunction granted on assault causing bodily injury case.
  • Dismissed
    Assault Family Violence Client arrested for “Assault Causing Bodily Injury - Family Violence”. Nathan Miller convinced prosecutors to decline the case after submitting pertinent medical records and an affidavit of non-prosecution from the alleged victim.
  • Dismissed
    Assault Family Violence Assault Family Violence Case Dismissed after Nathan Miller set the case for Jury Trial.
  • Reduced to Class C Misdemeanor
    Assault Family Violence School Teacher Client arrested for Class A Misdemeanor “Assault Causing Bodily Injury – Family Violence”. After further investigation, Client and Nathan agreed to set the case for jury trial. Prior to trial, the District Attorney’s Office reduced the charge to Class C Misdemeanor “Assault by Contact”. Client pleaded No Contest and received no jail time, no probation, and no finding of “family violence”; only a $100.00 fine. Most importantly, Client is able to continue serving our community by teaching and coaching at his current school.
  • Reduced to Class C Misdemeanor
    Assault Family Violence School Teacher Client arrested for Assault Causing Bodily Injury – Family Violence. After further investigation, Nathan Miller set the case for jury trial. Prior to the case reaching trial, the District Attorney’s Office offered to reduce the charge to Class C Assault by Contact and Client plead No Contest to that charge. No jail time, no probation, no finding of family violence; just a $100.00 fine. Most importantly, Client is able to continue serving our community by teaching and coaching at his current school. Win-win.
  • Hung Jury: No Conviction
    Boating While Intoxicated Client arrested for BWI on Independence Day in an area called “Party Cove”. Refused chemical test, but the officer got a search warrant and seized his blood, which was 50% over the legal limit.
  • Felony Reduced
    Burglary of Habitation with Intent to Commit Sex Offense Teenage client indicted for allegedly entering a home with the intent to commit a sex crime. A conviction as charged would have required lifetime registration as a sex offender. Nathan Miller negotiated a plea bargain for a different charge that avoided registration. Client now out of jail and moving on with life a free man.
  • Client avoided a fine and probation
    Criminal History Client with previous criminal history sentenced to only 2 Days confinement in County Jail on Possession of Marijuana < 2oz charge. Client avoided a fine and probation, which was his goal.
  • Charges Avoided
    Deferred Adjudication granted on felony drug charge Client was arrested after officers executed search warrant based on information that he was dealing large amounts of drugs. Drugs were found along with thousands of dollar sin cash, an AK-47 assault rifle, and a handgun. Client avoided money laundering and weapons charges. Client avoid conviction and is supervised on probation for possession only.
  • Case Dismissed
    Driving While Intoxicated with a 0.10 Blood Test Nathan Miller negotiated a deal for a client who was not a US citizen and faced possible deportation if convicted of DWI.
  • Charges Reduced
    Driving While Intoxicated with a BAC 0.10

    Blood Test Reduced to Obstruction to a Highway. Client avoids a DWI conviction and DPS driver license surcharges. Client will be eligible for records sealing after probation.

  • Charges Reduced
    Driving While Intoxicated with a BAC 0.226 Breath Test thrown out and DWI charge reduced from DWI with a BAC .15 or higher. Client avoids high DPS surcharge and mandatory ignition interlock on his vehicle.
  • Dismissed
    Driving While Intoxicated/Unlawful Carrying of Weapon Driving While Intoxicated and Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon cases dismissed
  • Dismissed & Expunged
    Drug Possession Expunction Granted after Possession Case dismissed.
  • Reduced to Obstruction of a Highway
    DWI Client charged with DWI. Set the case for jury trial and before the trial date the State reduced the charge to a non-intoxication offense. Client avoids DWI conviction and surcharges.
  • Client's License saved
    DWI DWI Client’s Driver’s License suspension denied and licese saved after Nathan Miller won Client’s Administrative License Revocation (ALR) Hearing
  • ODL Granted
    DWI ODL Granted for Client with DWI
  • Not Guilty
    DWI Client Acquitted of DWI after Jury Trial. State admitted video and breath test evidence. Nathan Miller convinced the jury client was Not Guilty.
  • Reduced to Obstruction of Highway
    DWI After the first jury trial in this case resulted in a mistrial, the District Attorney’s Office finally relented and reduced the charge against our client to a non-intoxication offense which doesn’t require a license surcharge and is eligible for deferred adjudication probation. This means our Client will be able to seal the records of his arrest and case after successfully completing a short probation.
  • Second DWI Charge Reduced
    DWI 25 year old client charged with his second DWI and had he been convicted, any future arrest for DWI would be charged as a felony in Texas. Nathan Miller set the case for jury trial and the case was reduced to the misdemeanor charge of Obstruction of a Highway prior to trial. Client avoids the DWI conviction and the $3000.00 surchages assessed by DPS as a result.
  • Reduced to Obstruction of a Highway
    DWI Young Client consented to a breath test and passed – barely. Officers then requested a blood specimen and he tested positive for prescription medications. We set the case for trial and after much preparation and medical research, the State agreed to reduce the charge to Obstruction of a Highway and Client was placed on Deferred Adjudication. Client avoids the DWI conviction and the $3000.00 surcharges that would have been assessed by DPS. Client earns the ability to have his arrest and case records sealed upon successful completion of Deferred.
  • ODL Granted
    DWI ODL Granted for Client with DWI.
  • Dismissed & Expunged
    DWI Expunction Granted on a dismissed Driving While Intoxicated case.
  • Dismissed
    DWI & Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon Driving While Intoxicated and Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon case dismissed.
  • Reduced to Obstruction of a Highway
    DWI 2nd Had our 25-year-old client been convicted, any future arrest for DWI would be charged as a felony in Texas. Nathan Miller set the case for jury trial and the case was reduced to the misdemeanor charge of “Obstruction of a Highway” prior to trial. Client avoids another DWI conviction, jail time, and the mandatory $4,500.00 surcharge assessed by DPS.
  • Dismissed
    DWI 2nd Client charged with second DWI. Conviction would have required jail time and ignition interlock on vehicle.
  • Reduced
    DWI 2nd Nathan Miller was able to negotiate a plea agreement for Client to receive the absolute minimum punishment allowed under Texas law. No fine. No probation. No additional jail time.
  • Acquittal
    DWI Jury Trial Client charged with DWI and failed field sobriety tests… in the pouring rain. Client rejected plea offer and went to trial with Nathan. Jury acquitted Client after deliberating for 10 minutes.
  • Charges Reduced
    DWI with a BAC >0.15 Class A DWI with a BAC >0.15 reduced to Class B DWI by disproving the Blood Test. Client avoids Ignition Interlock.
  • Reduced
    DWI with BAC .15 or Higher After two jury trials resulted in mistrials, Client was offered time served on a reduced charge. A great result for a client with the courage to go to trial despite an alleged high BAC.
  • Pre-Trial Diversion
    Failure to Identify Client granted Pre-Trial Diversion on Failure to Identify charge.
  • Client granted Pre-Trial Diversion
    Failure to Identify Charge Client granted Pre-Trial Diversion on Failure to Identify charge.
  • Charge Reduced to a Misdemeanor DWI
    Felony Driving While Intoxicated Client originally arrested and charged with 2 counts of DWI with a child passenger. Client was driving home from bar with her two children. Prosecutors agreed that in the interest of justice client should be supervised on misdemeanor DWI probation. Client avoided a felony conviction.
  • Minimum Sentence Granted
    Felony DWI 3rd Client received the minimum sentence for Felony DWI 3rd despite repeated bond violations and alcohol/drug failures. Client to receive rehab as part of sentence.
  • Case Dismissed
    Felony Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity Non-US Citizen client was indicted for allegedly assisting in a large embezzlement scheme. Case eventually dismissed and client will be eligible for an Expunction of her case records.
  • Dismissed
    Felony Family Violence Injury to a Child Felony Family Violence Injury to a Child Case- No Billed by the Grand Jury. Case dismissed.
  • Dismissed
    Felony Family Violence- Injury to a Child Felony Family Violence Injury to a Child Case- No Billed by the Grand Jury. Case dismissed.
  • Felony Reduced
    Felony Fraudulent Use / Possession of Identifying Info Client indicted for felony fraud charge. Nathan Miller negotiated a 30-day misdemeanor sentence.
  • Charges Reduced
    Felony Possession of Controlled Substance Felony Possession of Controlled Substance charge reduced to misdemeanor charge. Client pled to one day time served.
  • Felony Case Dismissed
    Felony Possession of Controlled Substance Client arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance. Prior to Grand Jury, the District Attorney’s Office agreed to decline the case without indictment.
  • Dismissed
    Felony Theft Client arrested and charged with Theft of Property < $1500 with 2 or more prior convictions. Before case was reviewed by the Grand Jury and potentially indicted as a formal felony charge the case was declined by the District Attorney’s Office. Case dismissed!
  • Reduced to Misdemeanor
    Felony Theft Client indicted for State Jail Felony Theft of Property. Nathan Miller negotiated plea bargain down to Class B Misdemeanor Theft. Client received 10 days County Jail as punishment and avoided felony conviction.
  • Dismissed
    Felony Theft Client arrested and charged with Felony Theft of Property < $1500 with 2 or more prior convictions. Before case was reviewed by the Grand Jury and potentially indicted as a formal felony charge the case was declined by the District Attorney’s Office.
  • Reduced to a Class B Misdemeanor
    Felony Theft Client indicted for State Jail Felony Theft. Nathan Miller negotiated 9 months deferred adjudication probation for lesser offense.
  • Felony Reduced to Misdemeanor
    Felony Theft of a Controlled Substance Pharmacy employee allegedly stole hundreds of prescription pills from employer. Prior to being arrested, Client hired Nathan Miller who arranged for a meeting with the Detective. Client had already confessed to employer. Nathan was able to negotiate deferred adjudication probation for Misdemeanor Theft of Property. Client avoided felony charge and avoided a drug charge altogether.
  • Dismissed
    Felony Theft of Controlled Substance Client confessed to stealing prescription medication from a home. Nathan Miller contacted the detective and worked towards a reduction in the charge. Case was filed as a misdemeanor theft and after client completed community service and a drug class, case was dismissed.
  • Charges Reduced
    Harassment Charges Two Class A Harassment charges reduced to Class C citations for Disorderly Conduct after Nathan Miller set cases for Jury Trial. Client paid fine only. No jail, no probation.
  • Dismissed
    Motion to Revoke Felony Probation Client on 10 years probation for second-degree felony Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver. State filed motion to revoke probation based on a new DWI arrest. After Client received treatment and counseling, Nathan Miller was able to convince District Attorney to reinstate Client’s probation.
  • MTR Dismissed
    Motion to Revoke Probation Client arrested and indicted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon after allegedly trying to run over ex-girlfriend with car. Case reduced to misdemeanor Criminal Mischief and Client placed on probation. While on probation, Client arrested twice more for Misdemeanor Assault. State filed Motion to Revoke Probation. Nathan negotiated a reinstatement of the probation. No jail time ordered.
  • Expunction Granted
    Possession Case Expunction Granted after Possession Case dismissed
  • Dismissed
    Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Client stopped for a traffic offense and consented to a vehicle search. Pipe was found under seat. Nathan Miller convinced prosecutor impossible to prove knowledge of the pipe.
  • Expunction Granted
    Possession of Marijuana Expunction Granted on Possession of Marijuana Case
  • Dismissed
    Possession of Marijuana Client arrested after officer allegedly smelled odor of marijuana during traffic stop and found marijuana in the vehicle. Nathan Miller revealed information about the officer to the State prosecutor who decided to dismiss the charge.
  • Expunged
    Possession of Marijuana Expunction Granted on Possession of Marijuana Case.
  • Expunged
    Possession of Marijuana Expunction granted on Possession of Marijuana case.
  • Pre-trial Diversion Program
    Possession of Marijuana Client approved for Pre-trial Diversion Program for Possession of Marijuana.
  • Case Dismissed
    Possession of Marijuana < 2 OZ Case Dismissed after client successfully completed a 12 month Pretrial Diversion Program. Client’s arrest and criminal case records have now all been Expunged.
  • Case Dismissed
    Possession of Marijuana < 2oz

    Case dismissed after client successfully completed a 12 month Pretrial Diversion Program. Client now eligible for an Order of Expunction.

  • Granted Pre-Trial diversion
    Possession of Marijuana < 2oz Client granted Pre-Trial Diversion on Possession of Marijuana < 2oz charge.
  • 2 Days Confinement; Fines & Probation Avoided
    Possession of Marijuana < 2oz Client with previous criminal history sentenced to only 2 Days confinement in County Jail on Possession of Marijuana < 2oz charge. Client avoided a fine and probation, which was his goal.
  • Pre-Trial Diversion
    Possession of Marijuana < 2oz Client granted Pre-Trial Diversion on Possession of Marijuana < 2oz charge.
  • Dismissed
    Possession of Marijuana <2oz Client originally arrested for felony Tampering/Destroying Physical Evidence for allegedly swallowing Marijuana during a traffic stop. Nathan negotiated case down to Class B Misdemeanor before indictment. Later, Client rejected plea offer and Nathan set the case for jury trial. State eventually dismissed the case before trial.
  • Client avoided convictions
    Probation Violations Probation granted for two new offenses committed while Client was already on probation out of the same court. Normally the commission of new offenses while on probation results in a revocation and substantial jail time. Nathan Miller negotiated a deal for client to take drug classes and complete additional community service hours in exchange for continued deferred adjudication probation.
  • Dismissed
    Public Intoxication Expunction Granted after Public Intoxication case was dismissed
  • Dismissed & Expunged
    Public Intoxication Expunction granted after public intoxication case was dismissed.
  • Felony Case Dismissed
    Robbery Juvenile Client charged with Felony Robbery. Nathan Miller Interviewed additional witnesses and after further investigation convinced prosecutor to dismiss the case altogether.
  • DWI 2ND Offense Reduced
    Second DWI Nathan Miller was able to negotiate a plea bargain for Client to receive the absolute minimum punishment allowed under Texas law. No fine. No probation. No additional jail time.
  • Dismissed
    Theft Theft Case Dismissed
  • Dismissed
    Theft Theft Case Dismissed.
  • Dismissed
    Theft Client arrested and charged with Theft of Property < $1500 with 2 or more prior convictions. Before case was reviewed by the Grand Jury and potentially indicted as a formal felony charge the case was declined by the District Attorney’s Office. Case dismissed!
  • Expunction Granted
    Theft Expunction granted for client who was arrested for theft. Mr. Miller got her theft charge dismissed and immediately filed a petition for expunction on her behalf. With the Expunction now granted, every agency or private entity with records related to our client’s arrest for this offense have been ordered by the court to delete and destroy those records allowing client to deny the arrest ever occured.
  • Dismissed & Expunged
    Theft Expunction granted for client who was arrested for theft. Mr. Miller got her theft charge dismissed and immediately filed a petition for expunction on her behalf. With the Expunction now granted, every agency or private entity with records related to our client’s arrest for this offense have been ordered by the court to delete and destroy those records allowing client to deny the arrest ever occurred.
  • Dismissed
    Theft >=$20<$500 by Check Client charged with writing a Hot Check. Nathan Miller set the case for jury trial. Before trial date District Attorney’s Office folded.
  • Expunction Granted After Case Dismissed
    Theft of Property Expunction Granted after Theft of Property case dismissed
  • Dismissed & Expunged
    Theft of Property Expunction Granted after Theft of Property case dismissed.
  • Case Dismissed; Criminal Record Expunged
    Theft of Property - $50 < $500 Case Dismissed after client successfully completed a 12 month Pretrial Diversion Program. Client’s arrest and criminal case records have now all been Expunged.
  • No Jail Time
    Two DWI Young Client arrested for DWI with a BAC > .15 and while on bond Client arrested again for DWI with a BAC > .15. Client rejected State’s plea offer and Nathan Miller successfully presented the cases in an Open Plea to the Judge who assessed no jail time and no probation – only 15 days “Labor Detail” at the local Police Department and a fine. Client avoids jail and saves the money and time associated with community supervision probation.
  • Successfully Resolved
    Two DWI Cases Young Client arrested for DWI with a BAC of > .15. While on bond Client arrested again for DWI with a BAC > .15. Nathan Miller successfully presented the cases in an open plea to the Judge who assessed no jail and no probation – only 15 days Labor Detail at the Police Department and a fine. Client avoid jail and saves the money and time associated with community supervision.
  • Dismissed
    Two Serious Felony Charges Client charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child and Indecency With a Child By Contact. With the help of our investigator and an expert witness we prepared a Grand Jury presentation that resulted in a “No Bill of Indictment” for both cases. With the charges now dismissed, Client can now move along with his life without registering as a sex offender and can eventually have his arrest records expunged.
  • Case Dismissed
    Unlawful Carrying of a Weapon Client was in possession of a gun while arrested for DWI. Nathan Miller was able to convince the prosecutors to dismiss the charge altogether.

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