November 2 - Greg Miller, former Tarrant County Assistant District Attorney
Greg Miller was an Assistant Criminal District Attorney for Tarrant County from 1987 until 2013. At the time of his retirement, he was one of the Deputy Chief Prosecutors for the Felony Division, a position he held since 1997. In addition to supervising felony court teams, he also supervised the Homicide-Gang Unit.
He received his BBA from TCU in 1976; his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from UTA in 1984; and his law degree from SMU in 1987. He has been Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1993.
Prior to joining the District Attorney’s Office, he was a Fort Worth Police Officer. Among his assignments he was a Crime Scene Investigator and Homicide Detective.
He frequently lectures at Tarrant County Law Enforcement agencies on such topics as arrest, search & seizure, confession law, and interviewing techniques.
He is now on the staff of Behavioral Measures & Forensic Services as a Polygraph Examiner.
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