PUT EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE TO WORK FOR YOU
Miller Shealy has an extraordinary depth of experience and education to bring to your particular legal challenges.
He is a Professor of Law, Director of Clinical Programs, and Co-Director of Academic Success at the Charleston School of Law in Charleston, South Carolina. He was an Assistant Solicitor (State prosecutor), an Assistant State Attorney General, and an Assistant United States Attorney. He was also an Associate Attorney with Barnes, Alford, Stork, and Johnson (Columbia, SC) and was Of Counsel with the Finkel Law Firm LLC, a prestigious Firm with offices in Columbia and Charleston. Currently, he is also an attorney with the Bell Law Group (Charleston and Georgetown, SC).
Practicing in the following locations:
Charleston, Columbia, North Charleston, West Columbia/Cayce, West Ashley, Mount Pleasant, Summerville, Moncks Corner, Goose Creek, Isle of Palms, Sullivans Island, James Island, Johns Island, & Lexington, South Carolina.
Miller Shealy is unique among those with prosecutorial experience. Few attorneys have served in a Solicitor’s Office, in the Office of the Attorney General of South Carolina, and in the United States Department of Justice. Miller is uniquely suited among former prosecutors to assist you with any legal challenges at any level of State and Federal Government. As an Assistant Solicitor, Miller has tried cases ranging from DUI to capital murder. As an Assistant State Attorney General, Miller has argued and briefed over 200 appellate cases before the South Carolina Supreme Court and the South Carolina Court of Appeals. He also briefed and argued a major case before the United States Supreme Court. As an Assistant United States Attorney, he argued cases before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, served on the Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF), and was head of the Investor/Fraud Corporate Working Group for the District of South Carolina (White Collar Crime Task Force).
As a Professor of Law, Miller served as counsel to practicing attorneys in various cases and legal matters. He taught courses in criminal law, criminal procedure, appellate practice, evidence, constitutional law, Law of the Sea, and trial advocacy. Miller was also a member of the faculty of Charleston School of Law Admiralty and Maritime Law LLM program. He has also published three books and numerous articles. He brings academic and scholarly rigor to his legal practice.