HomePolitics(R) NV LT. GOVERNOR CANDIDATE MACK MILLER CHARGED WITH FELONY THEFT Politics NV LT. GOVERNOR CANDIDATE MACK MILLER CHARGED WITH FELONY THEFT April 27, 2022 Rob Lauer Political Reporter On April 6, 2021, the Las Vegas District Court issued an arrest warrant for Mack Miller, Republican Candidate for Nevada’s next Lt. Governor. Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske criminally charged Miller with violating NRS 205.0835, felony theft of more than $3,500. They alleged he was operating a document prep service without a licenses representing himself as a lawyer. In 2018 Cegavske issued a Cease and Desist order against Miller. According to the attached Court filing Mack Miller “On or about March 2017, you received from Laura Griffin a check in the amount of $65,800 which she believed would be deposited into a trust account for the benefit of Marcus Garner. The check was a death benefit from Marcus Garner’s mother. Instead of depositing the check in a trust account for the benefit of Marcus Garner, you deposited the funds in your own bank account.” The case was bound over for trial on February 28, 2022 by Justice Court Judge Amy Chelini. Mack Miller issued the following statement to 360 News “This case is as a result of a civil matter that was dismissed multiple times and the criminal matter was only filed days before the statute of limitations expired. I continue to maintain my innocence.” Miller was charged with desertion by the U.S .Army after failing to return to Iraq after going home for medical treatment. According to court records, Miller or someone with his exact name was charged with a multitude of other crimes over the years. Miller denies it was him.