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With more than twenty-five years of experience defending clients in criminal cases in federal court, Tony Miles is a zealous advocate with a track record of getting results for clients. The results Tony has won for his clients include:
- More than a dozen acquittals at trial in federal criminal cases
- Secured pretrial diversion three times in one year for his clients, keeping them from being convicted
- Convinced the court to grant a motion to dismiss federal child exploitation charges
- Persuaded prosecutors to decline seeking charges in a case involving allegations of mail and wire fraud
- Convinced judges to suppress critical evidence in multiple federal drug trafficking cases
Tony understands the profound impact such cases have on clients’ lives and works hard to protect their futures. He has represented doctors, lawyers, professors, business owners, public officials, and college students in high stakes cases.
Prior to joining KaiserDillon PLLC, Tony served as an Assistant Federal Public Defender in the District of Columbia where he defended people accused of federal crimes, from white collar cases such as fraud, bribery, and embezzlement to charges involving child exploitation, controlled substances, immigration matters, and firearms. As an Assistant Federal Public Defender, he learned to find ways to help people in some of the hardest and most challenging cases.
Prior to serving as an Assistant Federal Public Defender, Tony worked as a staff attorney with the South Carolina Death Penalty Resource Center. In this position, he worked with a team of attorneys to assist individuals sentenced to death in the state of South Carolina. With the stakes as high as they can possibly be, Tony worked vigorously to protect the rights, futures, and lives of his clients. His efforts contributed to the release of a person who had been wrongly sentenced to death in the state of South Carolina.
Tony has spoken about legal matters at training conferences and on college campuses. He communicates with attorneys throughout the country about new legal developments and best practices for assisting clients. Fellow criminal defense attorneys seek his input and guidance on how best to serve their clients.
Tony is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia, California (inactive), and South Carolina (inactive).
- J.D., University of California, Berkeley
- B.A., University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) (cum laude)
- Assistant Federal Public Defender, Washington, D.C.
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Law 360 – “Handling Corporate Congressional Probes In The Trump Era” co-authored by Bill PittardJanuary 17, 2019
Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon in The Washington Post: The Education Department wants to make campus sexual misconduct hearings fairer. It should go further.September 6, 2018
Justin Dillon Opinion Piece in The Washington Post – “The Common App will no longer require disclosure of criminal history. But what it still asks is more troubling.”August 23, 2018
Law360 – “The Latest On Sexual Harassment Reform On The Hill” by Bill PittardFebruary 23, 2018
Law 360 – “When Russia Investigations Collide” by Bill PittardJune 7, 2017
Justin Dillon and Matt Kaiser Publish Op-Ed: Minnesota’s Failed Football Boycott Was a Blow to Fairness in Campus Sexual Assault HearingsDecember 20, 2016
Justin Dillon and Matt Kaiser Publish Op-Ed in Los Angeles Times: Absurdity Reigns in Campus Sexual Assault Trials.April 21, 2016
Justin Dillon Publishes Op-Ed on Lawnews.com: Why We Are Suing the Government on Behalf of Students Accused of Sexual MisconductApril 13, 2016
Matt Kaiser Guest Blogs on Washington Legal Foundation The Legal Pulse: Overcriminalization Timeline: Mens Rea, Public Welfare Offenses and Responsible Corporate Officer DoctrineNovember 16, 2015
Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon Publish an Editorial in the Los Angeles Times: How to Punish Campus Sexual AssaultNovember 14, 2015
Matt Kaiser Publishes an Editorial in The Washington Times: Being an Executive is not a CrimeNovember 11, 2015
Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon Publish Editorial in LA Times: Why It’s Unfair for Colleges to Use Outside Investigators in Rape Cases.September 16, 2015
Justin Dillon and Matt Kaiser Publish Op-Ed in the National Law Journal: The DOJ’s Crackdown on White-Collar Crime Creates ‘Cruel Alternative’September 14, 2015
Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon Publish Op-ed in The Weekly Standard: The Campus Sex Scene: How Congress Can Make It WorseAugust 6, 2015
Justin Dillon and Matt Kaiser Publish Op-ed in The Washington Post: We’ve defended lots of campus sexual assault cases, so we know just how unfair they areJuly 24, 2015
Matt Kaiser Publishes Editorial in Baltimore Sun: A Minimum of ReformNovember 14, 2014
Justin Dillon and Matt Kaiser Publish Op-Ed in San Diego Union-Tribune: California Bill Won’t Solve Sexual Assault Problem on CampusSeptember 3, 2014
Justin Dillon and Matt Kaiser Publish Op-Ed in Boston Herald: College Courts Flunks Fairness TestAugust 16, 2014
Matt Kaiser Publishes an Article for Time Magazine: Some Rules about Consent are “Unfair” to Male Students”May 15, 2014
Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon Publish an Editorial in the Wall Street Journal: The White House Flunks a Test on Sexual AssaultMay 5, 2014
Matt Kaiser and Justin Dillon Publish a Letter to the Editor in the New York Times: The Rights of the AccusedApril 28, 2014
Jennifer Short authors “The False Claims Act,” and “Settling With The Government,” in The Corporate Compliance Answer Book 2010 by the Practicing Law Institute in June 2010.June 8, 2010
Publication by Jennifer Short appears in the Holland & Knight Health Law and Life Science Alert, titled “Health Care Reform: While Debate Rages, Enforcement Proposals Take Shape.” This article was published August 2009.August 8, 2009
In May 2009, Jennifer Short pens and publishes an article titled “President Obama Signs Landmark Anti-Fraud Bill Into Law,” in the Holland & Knight Government Contracts Alert.May 8, 2009