Carl Miller is an expert on the constitution and the bill of rights. He has studied law for 25 years and has a courtroom win-loss rate of over 90%. He is not an attorney; Carl prefers to represent himself in pria persona, and he delights in tying legal prosecutors in knots, often winning the praise and respect of the judges at the same time.
Carl is a highly decorated hero of the Viet Nam War,serving in the elite Apache Troop both as a paratrooper and a crew chief. The famous movie "Apocalypse Now" and the best-selling book Apache Sunrise are based on the true-life experiences of this group of brave, patriotic Americans.
Carl Miller was inducted into the top secret project "Blue Book", and he considers it an honor to have served in several operations supporting Lt. Col. James "Bo" Gritez, including operation "Eagle Snatch".
Carl is the veteran of hundreds of dangerous parachute jumps, breaking his legs or ankles six times, shot down 4 times and personally shot twice. Carl has miraculously escaped death numerous times.
Carl credits divine intervention and God"s providence for preserving his life to this day so that he may complete the most important mission of his life; that of teaching others the importance of the constitution of the united states and how to use it, and by using it thus preserving it.
Carl has taught hundreds of people, including housewives and truck drivers the fine art of arguing the constitution and winning in court.
Carl says it"s easy once you know how, and a whole lot of fun, too.
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