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Another $275K in stolen funds alleged

Miller faces even more charges



Jasper attorney Mark Miller

      Counsel for Mark Miller had sought a hearing Friday to again request bond for the jailed Jasper lawyer and to also challenge indictments against him on the grounds they are too vague.

But the hearing ground to a halt after two hours with the court unable to take any substantive action in the complicated case involving dozens of charges of financial fraud and theft and a growing list of victims who were former clients of the well-known attorney.

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+9 #1 guilyuntilproven 2016-12-16 07:29
Man, it just keeps getting worse for this alleged crook. I realize that in this country we are all innocent until proven guilty. I also realize that it's been said that "a grand jury will indict a ham sandwich." However, it is beginning to look like this once high and mighty lawyer has screwed a lot of people out of their hard-earned money. I have to tell you, I've known this man for more than a decade. From the first time I saw him I didn't like him. He came across as arrogant, self-absorbed, and like he was the best thing since fried pigskins. The judge assigned to his case is this man's worst enemy. The judge has denied bond since the beginning of this case and seems reluctant to change his position. So, in summary, sorry this law man must stay in jail over the holidays, but hey, he should have handled his business better. Imagine the poor, broke people he allegedly screwed. How's their holiday going to be knowing they'll likely never be repaid. Merry Christmas, Mr. Miller. You idiot!

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