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Hon. Douglas P. Miller

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Staff Attorney for the State Admi...

Court of Appeal
 
Background

Employment History

  • Associate Justice of the Division Two
    Court of Appeal
  • Judge
    Riverside County Superior Court
  • Presiding Judge
    Riverside County Superior Court
  • Social Worker
    Communities
  • Medical Imaging Specialist In the Clinical Engineering Department
    Communities
  • Equipment Specialist I
    Community Health Network Foundation
  • Contributor
    thedesertsun.com
  • Presiding Judge
    thedesertsun.com
  • Judge

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member of the Executive Committee
    Communities
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Web References
"He's someone I'd rely on for ...
www.mercurynews.com, 30 June 2012 [cached]
"He's someone I'd rely on for myself or my family," said Douglas Miller, a staff attorney for the state Administrative Office of the Courts.
Gilbane
www.gilbaneco.com, 22 Feb 2012 [cached]
The ceremony was attended by local officials, Ms. Sherri Carter, Court Executive Officer, Superior Court of California; Hon. Sherrill Ellsworth, Presiding Judge, Superior Court of California; Hon. Don Robinson, Mayor, City of Banning; Hon. Marion Ashley, Supervisor, County of Riverside, District 5; Hon. Douglas Miller, Associate Justice of the Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, Division Two; and Hon. Mark Cope, Assistant Presiding Judge, Superior Court of California; as well as project architect RL Binder, community members and Gilbane Building Company, project construction manager.
thedesertsun.com | Riverside County judge to help guide state policy
www.thedesertsun.com, 22 June 2004 [cached]
Riverside County Presiding Judge Douglas P. Miller
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RIVERSIDE COUNTY -- Douglas P. Miller, Riverside County Superior Court's presiding judge, will serve as a member of the Judicial Council of California, the policy-making body for the state's courts.
State Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald M. George last week appointed Miller and four other people to three-year terms on the 27-member council.
"I'm honored and humbled to have been selected," Miller said.
Miller was appointed to the Riverside County Superior Court bench in Indio in 1995 and was selected as the county's presiding judge in January 2003.His two-year term as presiding judge expires Dec. 31.
Miller said as a Judicial Council member he will stress the need for stable funding for courts and for added judicial positions for counties that have an inadequate number of judges.
Contending a shortage of judges in Riverside County was causing a backlog in criminal cases, Miller in May announced civil trials would be halted indefinitely and that civil judges would be reassigned to criminal cases.
Skipping jury duty can be costly North County Times - North San Diego and Southwest Riverside County News
www.nctimes.com, 26 Nov 2004 [cached]
"The (legal) system doesn't work without citizens being willing to sit in a courtroom and serve as jurors," said Judge Douglas Miller, presiding judge of Riverside County Superior Court.
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Miller, who is among the judges who listens to the excuses of those brought in, says judges have a number of options ---- including jail time ---- to enforce the legal requirement of jury service.
Typically, he said, the judge will impose a fine of between ,250 and ,1,000 and order the person to appear for jury service.The fine is "stayed," meaning it will not be imposed if the person serves as ordered.
"If they don't appear after that, they'll have to pay (the fine)," Miller said.
Miller said sending out a deputy and possible sanctions is "a last resort."
Judges understand the hardship jury service can bring to someone's life, Miller said."But that has to be balanced with the civic responsibility," he added.
"They are part of a system of democracy which includes a person's right to a jury of their peers, not the government," Miller said.
Doug Miller ...
www.cissouthcentraltexas.org, 20 May 2011 [cached]
Doug Miller
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