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August 11, 2004

Valdosta - A South Georgia district attorney is recognized as the best in the state.

The District Attorney's Association of Georgia has named Southern Judicial Circuit D.A. David Miller the 2004 District Attorney of the Year. Since taking office eight years ago, he's tripled the number of victims advocates in his circuit and helped establish child advocacy centers in Valdosta and Moultrie.

"There were 48 other district attorney's in the state just as worthy of this honor, but to be recognized by your peers is certainly the highest award one can get," said Miller.

Miller has served as Secretary of the Prosecuting Attorney's Council of Georgia for the past two years and was re-elected again this year.

posted at 4:35 P.M. by ashley.harper@walb.com

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