Vote August 18th
Vote August 18th
Meet Casey Mills
Casey Mills is running for Broward County Court Judge because he believes he can make a difference. He comes from a family with a long history of service to the Broward County community. His family first came to Fort Lauderdale in 1940 and they have lived, worked and raised their families there since. His grandfather was a physician in Fort Lauderdale who compassionately cared for his patients whether they could afford to pay for his services or not. Casey’s father worked professionally in business in Fort Lauderdale and he served on the Fort Lauderdale City Commission for many years. Upon his retirement, the City honored him for his years of dedication and commitment by naming the city’s largest park, Mills Pond Park, after him. His brother also served on the Wilton Manors City Council.
Casey Mills was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. He went to Bayview Elementary School, and graduated from Fort Lauderdale High School. He went on to graduate from Florida State University with a Degree in Business Administration and
Florida State University, College of Law.
Casey Mills has three children who all graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School. His oldest son was an All-State football player and graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. He now is serving our country as an Officer in the United States Marine Corps. His daughter graduated from Florida State University with a Degree in Meteorology and is now a television Meteorologist in Colorado Springs, Colorado. His youngest son will graduate from Florida State University with a Finance Degree this summer.
While he was in college, Casey Mills worked in the State Capitol as a legislative intern in the Florida Attorney General’s Office. While in law school, Casey Mills completed an internship in the Broward County State Attorneys Office which gave him valuable experience in criminal law.
Casey Mills has been in private law practice in Broward County since 1984. Early in his career, he practiced civil litigation, real estate, and bank transactional work. For the last 25 years, he concentrated his practice in the areas of wills, trusts and estates. He also has significant experience in guardianship and probate administration and litigation. For many years he has represented Wards in guardianship proceedings and fought hard to maintain their rights and to protect their best interests. In 1999, Casey Mills achieved a 5.0 AV Preeminent rating by Martindale Hubbel in both legal ability and ethical standards from his peers and judiciary and has maintained it continuously since.
During his legal career, Casey Mills served as an Arbitrator for the National Association of Securities Dealers. He was appointed and served as a Traffic Court Magistrate for the 17th Judicial Circuit for Broward County, Florida. He also served as a Trustee for the First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale and was on the City of Fort Lauderdale Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.
Casey Mills understands that law and order is important in a civilized society. He also understands that compassion and empathy to those less fortunate is essential. After decades of successful law practice, he believes it is time for him to again give back to the community by serving as a Broward County Court Judge. He knows that many individuals who appear before him as a County Court Judge may not be represented by counsel and they deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. His decades of exemplar experience as an attorney and the wisdom he gained along the way, as well as his compassion for people from all walks of life will serve him well as a County Court Judge.
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