Magistrate Judge Douglas E. Miller
United States District Court Judge
For the Eastern District of Virginia
As of September 7, 2018, Douglas E. Miller is a Federal District Court Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia. There has been (1) one allegation of misconduct made against Magistrate Judge Douglas E. Miller. The average wait time for Magistrate Judge Douglas E. Miller to hear a pro-se litigant’s case is (?) ? months, provided by (?) ? reporting persons. Magistrate Judge Douglas E. Miller has accepted (?) ? guilty pleas that were the result of coercion, risk mitigation, manipulation, ineffective assistance of counsel, or other dubious acts, as reported by (?) ? reporting persons. Magistrate Judge Douglas E. Miller has allegedly allowed (1) one Assistant United States Attorney to retard the Judicial process by arguing a procedural ground to circumvent the presentation of newly found evidence as reported by (1) one person.
Background for Magistrate Judge Douglas E. Miller
Early life and education
Judge Miller earned his undergraduate degree from James Madison University in 1984, his master’s degree from Syracuse University in 1989, and his J.D. degree from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary in 1995.
Federal judicial service
Judge Miller began his career as a law clerk to U.S. District Judge Rebecca Beach Smith. He then became a lawyer in 1996. In November of 1998, he joined the law firm Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein, where he worked until his judicial appointment in 2009.
Reports of Misconduct
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