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United States v. Woods

Thu 3rd Jul 2003, Case Successes

Kenneth M. Miller successfully argued that the District Court erroneously applied two sentencing enhancements. The Ninth Circuit vacated Ms. Woods’ sentence and remanded to the District Court where her sentence was reduced from 87 to 51 months. Read the Opinion →

Waldo v. Alameida

Fri 27th Dec 2002, Case Successes

Kenneth M. Miller successfully appealed the denial of habeas petition as untimely. Read the Opinion →

United States v. Moore

Fri 27th Dec 2002, Case Successes

Kenneth M. Miller succeeded in having client’s sentence reversed and remanded. Mr. Miller was ultimately able to reduce client’s sentence from 168 to 120 months. Read the Opinion →

Branch v. Butler

Mon 12th Aug 2002, Case Successes

Kenneth M. Miller successfully argued that District Court erred in relying on a minute order that his client (a pro se petitioner) claimed was inaccurate. Read the Opinion →

Thomas v. Roe

Thu 27th Dec 2001, Case Successes

Denial of habeas petition reversed and remanded. Read the Opinion →

Nelson v. Ratelle

Thu 28th Jun 2001, Case Successes

Kenneth M. Miller appealed the District Court’s dismissal of habeas petition as time barred. The Ninth Circuit reversed and ordered the District Court to proceed with Nelson’s petition. Read the Opinion →

United States v. Vargas-Lopez

Mon 20th Nov 2000, Case Successes

Conviction and sentence vacated and remanded. Read the Opinion →

McCloskey, et al. v. City of Inglewood, et al.

Thu 27th Jul 2000, Case Successes

Appeal of denial race discrimination claim dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. Case No. 00-55973 (9th Cir. 2000)

United States v. Anderson

Tue 25th Jan 2000, Case Successes

Kenneth M. Miller secured a reversal of his client’s manslaughter conviction.  The Ninth Circuit found ”the omission of an involuntary manslaughter instruction ‘seriously affected the fairness, integrity, or public reputation’ of Miranda and Anderson’s trial.” Read the Opinion →

United States v. McKinney

Fri 28th Jan 1994, Case Successes

Sentence vacated and remanded for the District Court to award a two-level reduction in his base offense level for acceptance of responsibility. Read the Opinion →