In the piece, Miller--a trial lawyer himself--explores such Darrow cases as "The Scopes Monkey Trial," in which Darrow defended a teacher's right to teach the theory of evolution in a school in Tennessee; and the controversial trial of Leopold and Loeb.
In addition to his practice as an attorney, Miller has served as chair of the Commission on Local Government Ethics, and was a member of the Committee on Cameras in the Courtroom. He frequently appears on television and radio. Among his writing credits are the Settlements in the Art of Advocacy series and he serves as editor of the New York Practice Guide on Negligence.
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