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Miranda J. Mills, Partner Attorney
Criminal Law
Phone:704-251-9505
Address: Tryon Plaza Building, 112 S. Tryon Street, Suite 720, Charlotte, NC 28202
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Law Firm:Roberts Law Group, PLLC
Lawyer:Miranda J. Mills
Phone:704-251-9505
Fax:919-573-0774
Lawyer Title:Partner
Practice Areas:Criminal Law
Bio: When I was only 12, my uncle was arrested and charged with murder, and an event like that changes you. When people accuse your close family member of being evil, it affects how you go through life. I say that I didn't always know I wanted to be a lawyer, but subconsciously I knew. I am fundamentally a different person because of what happened to my family as a child, which means that I didn't take my decision to go to law school - and ultimately become a criminal defense lawyer - lightly. Through most of law school, I wasn't sure I wanted to be a trial lawyer, but a professor in one of my trial practice courses drew me aside. At the time, she was the head of the Office of the Public Defender in her county. She told me that I should be a criminal defense lawyer. Why? Other than the obvious - we need more women practicing law - it's because there can be a qualitative difference when you bring personal perspective to the table. Having a family member who has been through the criminal system, I understand that a person accused of a crime is more than just a name and a criminal charge. A person accused of a crime has a family, a history, and a story that needs to be understood. I saw myself using my experience to make a mark here. The Benefit of Personal Perspective From that point on, I took every opportunity there was to both excel in law school (I graduated in the top 25% of my class) and to get actual criminal law experience inside the courtroom (I completed inte
Admitted:2013, U.S. District Court Eastern District of North Carolina; 2014, U.S. District Court Western District of North Carolina; 2014, U.S. District Court Middle District of North Carolina; 2010, North Carolina;
College:Wake Forest University, Class of 2006, B.A., International Studies
Law School:Wake Forest University School of Law, Class of 2010, J.D., Law Review: Wake Forest Law Review, Notes & Comments Editor, 2008 - 2010
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Languages:English

Lawyer Miranda J. Mills, graduated from Wake Forest University, Class of 2006, B.A., International Studies Wake Forest University School of Law, Class of 2010, J.D., Law Review: Wake Forest Law Review, Notes & Comments Editor, 2008 - 2010, is now employed by Roberts Law Group, PLLC at Tryon Plaza Building, 112 S. Tryon Street, Suite 720 Charlotte, NC 28202.

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Miranda J. Mills has been admitted in 2013, U.S. District Court Eastern District of North Carolina; 2014, U.S. District Court Western District of North Carolina; 2014, U.S. District Court Middle District of North Carolina; 2010, North Carolina;. His or her practice areas include Criminal Law.

Miranda J. Mills's college education includes Wake Forest University, Class of 2006, B.A., International Studies, law school degree was from Wake Forest University School of Law, Class of 2010, J.D., Law Review: Wake Forest Law Review, Notes & Comments Editor, 2008 - 2010, other biographical background includes When I was only 12, my uncle was arrested and charged with murder, and an event like that changes you. When people accuse your close family member of being evil, it affects how you go through life. I say that I didn't always know I wanted to be a lawyer, but subconsciously I knew. I am fundamentally a different person because of what happened to my family as a child, which means that I didn't take my decision to go to law school - and ultimately become a criminal defense lawyer - lightly. Through most of law school, I wasn't sure I wanted to be a trial lawyer, but a professor in one of my trial practice courses drew me aside. At the time, she was the head of the Office of the Public Defender in her county. She told me that I should be a criminal defense lawyer. Why? Other than the obvious - we need more women practicing law - it's because there can be a qualitative difference when you bring personal perspective to the table. Having a family member who has been through the criminal system, I understand that a person accused of a crime is more than just a name and a criminal charge. A person accused of a crime has a family, a history, and a story that needs to be understood. I saw myself using my experience to make a mark here. The Benefit of Personal Perspective From that point on, I took every opportunity there was to both excel in law school (I graduated in the top 25% of my class) and to get actual criminal law experience inside the courtroom (I completed inte. You should contact other lawyers and law firms nearby before choosing your legal representatives.

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