pleaded guilty to driving under the influence.
Miller entered his guilty plea Monday morning in Northeast District Court in
The charge against him was a Class B misdemeanor, punishable to a
maximum of 30-days in jail and a one-thousand-dollar fine.
Judge Richard Geiger sentenced Miller to 29-days in jail for one year, all
suspended. Miller paid a 250-dollar fine and another 250-dollars in court fees.
Miller admitted driving home drunk the night of June 21st, after a banquet
in Fordville. He said in court he'd consumed about "eight beers", got into his vehicle
and drove. He was pulled over for speeding, failed a breathlyzer test and a blood alcohol
test which measured him at point-one-three.
Miller must also complete a DUI education program and be evaluated by an
After the hearing, Miller says he knows he did wrong, will stay on as a state senator
and decide whether to run again in 2016.