Miller pleads guilty in drunken driving case; State senator says he has no plans to resign
GRAFTON -- North Dakota Sen. Joe Miller, R-Park River, pleaded guilty to alcohol-related driving charges Monday in state district court here.
He waived his right to trial, he said, because he knows he should not have been drinking and driving.
But Miller has no plans to resign before his term ends in 2016. He said he's had a month to think about it and has decided to stick it out.
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