For immediate release - Thursday, May 11, 2006.
Contact Bob Brammer - 515-281-6699
Thomas Henry Miller
is Named Deputy Attorney General
and Head of the AG's Criminal Law Bureau
DES MOINES. Attorney General Tom Miller has appointed Thomas Henry Miller, a longtime criminal prosecutor in the
Attorney General's Office, to be the Deputy Attorney General for Criminal Law. Thomas H. Miller will head the Attorney
General's Criminal Law Bureau, which includes the Area Prosecutions Division, the Criminal Appeals Division, the
Crime Victim Assistance Division, and the office of the Prosecuting Attorneys Training Coordinator.
Thomas H. Miller has served as a criminal prosecutor in the Attorney General's Area Prosecutions Division since 1985,
and he has been director of the Division since 2002. [He is not related to Attorney General Thomas J. Miller.]
Attorney General Miller said: "Tom is one of the most experienced and most respected prosecutors in Iowa. I am elated to
appoint Tom to head our strong criminal law team in the Department of Justice."
Miller received his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Iowa. Prior to joining the Attorney General's Office he
was a private attorney in Guthrie County and served as Guthrie County Attorney from 1979-1985. He is an Ames native.
Attorney General Home | News Release Home
© 2000 THE STATE OF IOWA. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.