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Michael G. Millman (July 9, 1939 – May 31, 2014) was an American criminal defense lawyer, founder of the (California Appellate Project ), and an anti-death penalty activist.
==Family and education==
Michael Millman was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and he grew up in Summit, N.J. Millman was the only child of Sidney, a physicist, and Dorothy, a teacher.〔 Millman graduated from Harvard University in 1960 with a degree in physics and obtained a masters in physics from UC Berkeley.〔 Moved by the social justice activism of the 1960s, Millman decided to study law—instead of science—and graduated from Yale Law School in 1969.〔 During the civil rights movement he worked with, and was deeply inspired by, Alabama Attorney Fred Gray, who had represented Dr. Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, and other movement leaders.〔(【引用サイトリンク】url=http://www.capsf.org/about-mmillman.asp )〕
Millman married Cynthia Taylor Millman. He had three children Dr. Laura Dillard, David Millman, and Matthew Millman. He had three stepchildren from his marriage to Cynthia; and 13 grandchildren.〔
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