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Randal J. Miller, the president of Dunn, Martin & Miller, Ltd., joined the firm in 1986 and became a partner in 1991. He is a trial lawyer with an emphasis on divorce and family law matters, personal injury, wrongful death, criminal defense, general litigation and real estate. Randy is past president of the Will County Bar Association and a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, where he served as Assemblyman for ten years and member of their Standing Committee on the Illinois Supreme Court Rules for four years. He was also a member of the Illinois Bar Leadership Council.
An adjunct professor at the University of St. Francis for over 20 years, and Joliet Junior College for more than seven years, Randy has taught courses in Business Law, Worker’s Compensation, Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure. He also has guest lectured at local hospitals and police departments.
Before joining Dunn, Martin & Miller, Randy was the Real Estate and Trust Attorney for Heritage Bank and Trust Company in Crest Hill, IL. He then took a position as a prosecutor in the Office of the Will County State’s Attorney, where he stayed on for six years. As a prosecutor, Randy took numerous jury and bench cases to trial, including capital murders, aggravated felonies, misdemeanors, and matters in the civil division and wrote and reviewed appeals for the office.
As an associate attorney with Dunn, Martin & Miller, Randy also acted as an Assistant Public Defender of Will County for three years, defending the indigent in murder cases, aggravated felonies and misdemeanors in both jury and bench trials. In various other matters, he has been appointed by the Will County Circuit Court as a special prosecutor or defense counsel. He also served as the appointed Court’s Auctioneer of Will County for over 25 years handling the judicial sale process for thousands of foreclosure proceedings during his appointment.
Randy is a graduate of The John Marshall Law School, where, as a student, he clerked for the Office of the U.S. Attorney and interned with the Cook County State’s Attorney. He obtained his undergraduate degrees from Lewis University and Joliet Junior College. He is a family law mediator approved by the Twelfth Judicial Circuit and a mentor to young attorneys under a program established by the Illinois Supreme Court.
A lifelong resident of the Plainfield area, he still resides there with his wife Mary, where they raised their three now-adult children.
Phone: (815) 726-7311 ext 102
Personal Injury / Wrongful Death
Real Estate Transactions
John Marshall Law School, J.D. 1978
Lewis University, B.A., 1975
Joliet Junior College, A.A. with honors, 1973
State of Illinois
U.S. District Court for
Northern District of Illinois
Will County Bar Association (President 1999-2000)
Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Assemblyman (1988-1994 & 2001)
Leadership Council (2001)
Previous Member of ISBA Standing Committee on Illinois Supreme Court Rules.
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