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Stacy Parks MillerStacy Parks Miller was elected as Centre County's first female District Attorney in November of 2009. She was sworn in to office on January 4, 2010.

Stacy Parks Miller is a former First Assistant District Attorney. She first joined the Clearfield County District Attorney's Office in 1996, when she was first hired by then District Attorney, Judge Paul E. Cherry. Ultimately, Judge Cherry appointed Stacy Parks Miller to the position of First Assistant District Attorney, a position she held until leaving the D.A.'s Office in 2001 to join the law firm of Miller Kistler & Campbell. She remained a shareholder at Centre County's oldest law firm, Miller Kistler & Campbell, until her return to public service in 2010.

During her years as a prosecutor, Stacy Parks Miller successfully prosecuted a wide variety of criminal cases including but not limited to: Homicide cases, Sex Crimes, Burglary and Property crimes, Assault cases and Drug offenses. Stacy Parks Miller also represented the Commonwealth on various appeal issues in both the Superior and Supreme Courts and also Federal Court.

Stacy Parks Miller is a native of Lewistown, and is a lifelong resident of Central Pennsylvania. She obtained her law degree in 1994 from the Duquesne School of Law. After graduating from Duquesne University School of Law in 1994, she moved to Jefferson County where she practiced criminal law and further served as a Jefferson County Deputy Coroner until she accepted employment with the District Attorney's Office in Clearfield County.

In recent years, Stacy Parks Miller has instructed continuing legal education seminars for attorneys on various topics, including Trial Advocacy for Capital Murder Cases, which provides the necessary credits required for lawyers to participate in Death Penalty cases. She previously served as the chair for a DNA subcommittee for the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime & Delinquency, which was organized in response to a back log of DNA analysis.

Stacy Parks Miller is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for both the Middle District and the Western District, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court. Stacy Parks Miller is a member of the local chapter of the Inn of Court, the American Bar Association and the Centre County Bar Association.

Stacy Parks Miller feels fortunate to call Centre County her home.