Attorney Kip Miller was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1993 and since then has been involved in the prosecution and defense of thousands of case involving Driving While Intoxicated or Drive Under the Influence.
He began his career an Assistant State Attorney with the State Attorney's Office in Volusia County, Florida. Kip started in the Misdemeanor Division, later being promoted to the Felony Division. Kip gained valuable experience litigating criminal cases, including those involving Driving Under the Influence Manslaughter.
Put Kip's many years of experience to work on your DWI/DUI case. Call Koleilat & Miller today at (386) 253-4720 to set up a consultation.
500 North Oleander Avenue
Attorney Kip Miller has handled thousands of DWI/DUI cases in the Volusia County, Florida, area. Put his 20 years of legal experience to work for you.
Why Should You Choose Kip Miller to Defend Your DUI Case?
In addition to having handled thousands of DWI/DUI cases, both misdemeanors and felonies, Kip is a two-time recipient of the Top Gun Award, which is given by the Office of the State Attorney, Seventh Judicial Circuit, for Outstanding Trial Attorney.
In 2000, Kip decided to be the voice for the defendants and started practicing criminal defense. Kip was recruited to practice at the Whited Law Firm and was a partner from March 2000 until February 2010, focusing heavily on DUI law for the entire 10 years.Kip also has experience handling all other criminal matters.
Call Koleilat and Miller today for a free consultation and get an experienced DUI lawyer you can trust.
How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?
Having handled numerous DUI cases for the Florida State Attorney's Office, Kip decided to become a voice for the defendants in 2000 and began practicing Criminal Defense. Kip has spent the last 13 years defending thousands of cases, focusing on Driving Under the Influence, Boating Under the Influence, Driving Under the Influence with Serious Bodily Injury and Driving Under the Influence Manslaughter.
What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others
Kip Miller was raised in Volusia County and is a graduate of New Smyrna Beach High School. He received his Bachelor's Degree from Stetson University and later his law degree from St. Thomas University. During his final year of law school, Kip interned with the Fort Lauderdale, State Attorney's Office in the drug unit and juvenile divisions.
Admitted to the Florida Bar in 1993, Kip accepted a position as an Assistant State Attorney with the State Attorney's Office, Volusia County, Florida. After spending time in the Misdemeanor division, Kip was promoted to the Felony Division and litigated cases that included Driving Under the Influence.
He is a two-time recipient (1995 and 1999) of the "Top Gun" Award, which is given by the Office of the State Attorney, Seventh Judicial Circuit, for Outstanding Trial Attorney.
Kip is a lifelong Florida resident and has honed his DUI defense skills during his 20-year law career:
- Raised in Volusia County and a graduate of New Smyrna High School
- Received his Bachelor's Degree from Stetson University
- Earned his Juris Doctor Degree from St. Thomas University
- Admitted to the Florida State Bar in 1993
- Served as an Assistant State Attorney with the State Attorney's Office in the Misdemeanor Division
- Was later promoted to the Felony Division as Lead Felony Trial Attorney
- Earned the "Top Gun" award for Outstanding Trial Attorney from the Office of the State Attorney, Seventh Judicial Circuit in 1995 and 1999
- Has defended thousands of criminal cases since 2000, including Driving Under the Influence, Boating Under the Influence and Driving Under the Influence Manslaughter
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