Gregory R. Miller was sworn on August 2, 2002, as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Florida



Gregory R. Miller was born and raised in New Jersey. He attended Drew University as an undergraduate and graduated in 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. He went on to attend Ohio Northern University's Claude C. Pettit School of Law, graduating in 1979. Following his graduation, Mr. Miller served as a commissioned officer in the United States Marine Corps. While on active duty from 1980-1983, he served as Judge Advocate. While on reserve duty from 1983-1986, he worked as the Intelligence Officer and Operations Officer for the 4th Amphibious Assault Battalion in Tampa, Florida

After leaving active military duty, Mr. Miller worked as an Assistant State Attorney with the State Attorney's Office for the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida from 1983-1987. He worked with the State Attorney's Office until 1987 when he was hired as an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) in the Tampa office of the Middle District of Florida. He worked in the Middle District as an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) attorney for two years before transferring to the Northern District of Florida in 1989. He also worked as an OCDETF attorney for the Northern District until he was promoted to Chief of the Criminal Section in January 1991. From June 1993 to February 1998, Mr. Miller served in a variety of positions including Interim United States Attorney, Criminal Chief, Chief Assistant for the Northern District, and Chief Assistant for the Tallahassee, Gainesville, and Panama City Divisions. In February 1998, Mr. Miller resigned from public service and went into private practice with the law firm of Fowler, White, Gillen, Boggs, Banker & Villareal, P.A., in Tallahassee. He remained in private practice for approximately 30 months before returning to work as an AUSA in the Northern District of Florida. He was nominated by the President to be the United States Attorney in January 2002 and was appointed to that position in August of that year. Immediately prior to his appointment, Mr. Miller served as the First Assistant United States Attorney.


Member, AGAC, Terrorism & National Security Subcommittee (2002 - Present)
Member, AGAC, Controlled Substances Subcommittee (2002 - Present)
Member, AGAC, Office Management & Budget Subcommittee (2002 - Present)
Member, AGAC Military Issues Working Group (2004 - Present)
Member, AGAC Security Working Group (2005 - Present)
Chairman, EOUSA’s Investment Review Board (2004 - Present)
Chairman, AGAC Terrorism and National Security Subcommittee’s Working Group on      Intelligence Research Specialists (2006)
Member, DOJ Counter Terrorism Focus Group on Intelligence (2006)
Member, DOJ Counter Terrorism Focus Group on Operations (2006)
Member, EOUSA Intelligence Research Specialist Crisis Working Group (2006)
Member, AGAC Cyber Crime and Intellectual Property Subcommittee (2006)
Chairman, North Florida Hate Crimes Working Group (2004 - Present)
Charter Member, Florida Medicaid/Medicare Steering Committee (2004 - Present)