Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff and Gerald “Prince” Miller


Both Kenneth “Supreme” McGriff (  // ) and his nephew Gerald “Prince” Miller (  // ), along with a multitude of soldiers and workers, were the heads of the “SUPREME TEAM”, another organization that sold high volumes of cocaine and “crack” in the mid 1980’s.

Similar to Fat Cat Nichols, “Prince” and later “Supreme” as well as many of their subordinates were on parole supervision and frequently being investigated and incarcerated for violations of their parole. Parole revocation defense (along with habeas corpus applications to vacate parole warrants based on violations of due process rights) has been my expertise (along with criminal defense) since 1983, and I was very busy with representing many members of the “SUPREME TEAM” for both criminal charges and parole violations.