Victor A. Miller

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Victor A. Miller
38th Wisconsin Attorney General
In office
October 8, 1974 – November 25, 1974
Preceded by Robert W. Warren
Succeeded by Bronson La Follette
Personal details
Born August 27, 1916
Eaton, Wisconsin
Died July 18, 1984
Political party Democratic Party of Wisconsin
Residence St. Nazianz, Wisconsin
Profession Lawyer
For other people of the same name, see Victor Miller.

Victor Andrew Miller (August 27, 1916 – July 18, 1984) was interim Attorney General of Wisconsin from October 8 until November 25, 1974.


Born in the Town of Eaton, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, Miller received his bachelors degree from Marquette University, in 1938, and his law degree from Marquette University Law School in 1940. Miller practiced law in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.[1] He was appointed by Governor Patrick J. Lucey to fill a vacancy on the resignation of Robert W. Warren, and resigned when Governor Lucey appointed Bronson La Follette, who had been elected Attorney General of Wisconsin in the 1974 election.[2] Victor Miller lived in St. Nazianz, Wisconsin.[3]


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