|Georgia - GA
|Ohio - OH
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Aggressive yet diplomatic, Tanya has mastered the nuance that builds confidence and projects authority. Her investigative skills and commanding courtroom presence – honed during her years as a tenacious lead and supervising criminal prosecutor and in her private practice as a fierce attorney representing clients in the private sector– give her the ability to make a compelling case for the benefit of her clients, regardless of their wealth or social standing.
Miller has a soft spot for the children, victims and underdogs, and she is relentless in her determination to set things right:
As a prosecutor, Miller played a key role in the criminal investigation and prosecution of widespread and systemic cheating and test-tampering in the Atlanta Public School System and related RICO charges. This organizational corruption harmed thousands of Georgia schoolchildren while enriching some of the system’s most powerful administrators. In addition to more than eighty confessions, 11 of 12 educators accused were further convicted at trial on racketeering charges.
She successfully prosecuted the deadly Easter Sunday hit-and-run case in which a young woman caused a chain-reaction crash on Camp Creek Parkway that killed five people, including a newborn and two young children, left the scene of the accident, and, with the help of her mother, tampered with evidence in an attempt to avoid arrest. Both mother and daughter were convicted and sentenced to prison.
On behalf of the family of a crime victim murdered in cold blood on the grounds of an apartment complex long known for criminal gang activity, Miller brought suit against the property owner for negligent security and failure to protect its tenants, including minor children and minority residents. Her advocacy resulted in a significant out-of-court settlement that recognized the value of the victim’s life.
In a similar case, Miller represented a crime victim who was gravely wounded during a botched robbery attempt at a motel where he was a guest. Arguing that the motel owners were aware the property was unsafe but did nothing to warn unsuspecting guests about known criminal activity, Miller fought for and obtained a confidential settlement for her injured client.