Beau Miller

190th Judicial District Court Judge, Harris County

Beau will continue to bring important representation to Harris County!

Biography

The Honorable Beau A. Miller is the Presiding Judge of the 190th Judicial District Court, Harris County, Texas. Before election to the bench in 2018, Judge Miller was in private practice, representing a wide range of clients in commercial, products liability, and Section 1983 litigation. From 2001 through 2003, Judge Miller was a law clerk to The Honorable Ricardo H. Hinojosa, United States District Court, Southern District of Texas, McAllen Division. Judge Miller received his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law and serves as the Permanent Class President of the Class of 2001. 
 
Prior to his legal career, Judge Miller was the Associate Director of Bands at Stephen F. Austin High School, Austin, Texas. He graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Music Education degree. He also served as the Drum Major of the Golden Band from Tigerland. 
 
Most recently, Judge Miller was responsible for producing the District Court’s of Harris County COVID-19 in-person jury trial information campaign which consists of a website, www.HarrisCountyJuryService.com, pamphlet, and video highlighting the safety procedures and protocols in place for in-person jury trials in Harris County. In addition, he was the first judge in Harris County to preside over a zoom bench trial during the time of COVID-19, and the first judge in Harris County to preside over the first in-person jury trial during COVID-19.  

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