- Attorney Miller initiated a movement that is forcing the world to redefine who Black People are.
- Attorney Miller is mostly known for his success in having the n-word deleted from a major dictionary.
Attorney Roy Miller specializes in Juvenile Law. He recognizes that good children sometimes do dumb things. However, every child deserves a second chance. Attorney Roy Miller will fight for that chance. Attorney Miller understands people and he believes in people. Previously, Roy Miller worked for the Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs. He helped so many people with problems, but he always knew that his heart was into helping young people to deal with problems and get back on track.
Attorney Roy Miller contributes to society. He organizes a national annual event called the Attorney Roy Miller Music & Fashion Convention. This event is geared towards giving talented people a break in entertainment. It brings together outstanding talent and great business minds. Attorney Miller also moonlights as a musician under the name of Leroy Ace Miller.
Attorney Miller is mostly known for his success in having the n-word deleted from a major dictionary.
His speeches convince young people to move away from anger, hatred and disrespect. Attorney Miller has love and respect for people of all races.
Attorney Miller put a hugh crack in the wall which separates us in America. He succeeded where many prominent celebrities and powerful organizations failed. He succeeded in having the word “nigger” removed from a major dictionary (Funk&Wagnall’s). Washington, D.C. Newspaper, About..Time Magazine, Telegraph, national AP news,l bans use of “N” word.”
Attorney Miller argues that the n-word, as used, has no meaning. It is simply profanity. At its worse, the n-word is the ultimate insult. For what ever reason people use it, it is still profanity. Whether being used in a playful manner or a hateful manner, profanity is still profanity. Attorney Miller stresses that profanity should never be acceptable language usage for children. Adults should never fight for the right for children to use profanity.
For the first time in America a non- legislative message was sent that “what was once considered as an accurate and acceptable description of Blacks…is no longer considered as accurate or acceptable. Attorney Miller initiated a movement that is forcing the world to redefine who Black People are. Attorney Miller put a crack in that wall that separates Blacks and Whites in America, but it will take all of us to tear the wall down, even those old soldiers on both sides of the wall whose sole survival depends on that wall standing.
IMPORTANT QUESTIONS ASKED BY PARENTS & JUVENILES:
1. Do I or my child have a right to an attorney in Juvenile Court? A parent has a right to an attorney in all deprivation and termination of parental rights proceedings. *A child does not always have a right to an attorney in a deprivation proceeding, unless the Judge finds it necessary. A child has a right to an attorney in all termination of parental rights proceedings and at all stages of a delinquency proceeding.
2. If you cannot afford an attorney, can parent or child be appointed one? *If a parent is declared to be indigent, he or she will be appointed an attorney. *If a child is declared to be indigent, he or she will be appointed an attorney.
3. Do I need an attorney in Juvenile Court? *YES *An attorney knows the court process and can handle the legal requirements of the case. *An attorney knows your child’s rights and will work to protect them.
4. My child is under 17, but has been charged in Superior Court, Why isn’t he/she in Juvenile Court? *Your child was probably charged under a code section that allows certain crimes to be treated in the adult system, rather than the Juvenile court System. These charges are: Murder, Voluntary Manslaughter, Rape, Aggravated Sodomy, Aggravated Child Molestation, Aggravated Sexual Battery, and Armed Robbery with a Firearm (these are referred to as the 7 Deadly Sins).