When a problem shows up, you don't always know if the law can help. Even asking a lawyer for advice can be a hurdle because finding the one that you really need and avoiding a lot of overhead that you don't want isn't always easy. Until now, that is. I'm focused on just the counsel that helps you best, without wasting your time or money. If you need a lawyer to be there for you in court, you can count on me. But, if you feel ready to represent yourself, and all you really want is some coaching in advance, we can work together to take care of your problems that way too. Sometimes a call or a well-phrased letter from your lawyer may be all you really need to get a problem solved. Whatever you need, I'll do my best to deliver it for you, with a promise to keep costs down to only what your case requires.
Stevens Miller is a graduate of Amherst College, with a degree in Physics, awarded cum laude in 1980. He has a master's degree in Computer Science from the Stevens Institute of Technology and earned his Juris Doctor degree, awarded cum laude in 1992. Stevens is admitted to practice in Virginia and New York. For four years starting in 2008, he was an elected member of the Loudoun county board of supervisors. He is a frequent expert witness and lecturer on matters involving evidence recovered from computer systems.