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Date: 01-23-2020

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United States of America v. Jeffrey Miller

Case Number: 3:19-cr-00185

Judge: Robert C. Chambers

Court: United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia (Cabell County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Stefan Hasselblad

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Description: Huntington, WV - The United States of America charged Jeffrey Miller with illegally accessing Veterans Administration medical records.

Defendant was sentenced to six months in prison for illegally accessing the medical records of six veterans. Jeffrey Miller, 40, a former Veterans Benefits Administration employee, was also sentenced to one year of supervised release.

“We must protect our veterans. Miller used his position with the Veterans Benefits Administration to illegally access the medical records of veterans,” said United States Attorney Mike Stuart. “Medical records are protected information and veterans have an expectation and right of privacy. We will prosecute anyone who violates our veterans.”

Miller previously admitted that he illegally accessed the medical records of six veterans between January and May of 2018. Miller further admitted that he took a picture of the medical records of former West Virginia State Senator Richard Ojeda, and then sent the picture to an acquaintance.

The Department of Veterans Affairs – Officer of the Inspector General and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) conducted the investigation.



Outcome: Defendant was sentenced to 6 months in custody; supervised release 1 year; special assessment $150.

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