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Dr. Miller sentenced

Guilty of one charge in plea agreement; 2 charges dismissed

October 22, 2013

NEW ULM — A 59-year-old former New Ulm Medical Center (NUMC) physician who originally faced three felony controlled substance charges for stealing Oxycontin pills from a vulnerable adult, received ......

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vikingfan

Oct-23-13 10:43 PM

The Brown County attorneys office seems to be soft on crime.

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flatstanley

Oct-23-13 6:14 PM

People, check out brown county jail roster and see that his release date is listed as Nov. 1st. One week away, not 45 days. WHAT IS UP WITH THAT!!!!! How fair is this to all the "NORMAL" criminals. His title as Dr. should place him under stiffer not lighter sentencing than the average person. He took an oath and did not honor it. We should all be thinking of the vulnerable adult and that persons family. Yes, he is an addict, and I also struggle the addiction demon, but I know the difference between black and white. Every situation is different, but outcome is the same. Take resposibility for your own actions not play the victim.

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deerhunt

Oct-23-13 6:50 AM

Did I read this correctly ? If he completes his probation it is knocked down to a misdemeanor. Does that help him get his license back? Wow!

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caring1

Oct-23-13 12:05 AM

The Minnesota Board of Medical Practice did not take any action against Miller while the case was still in court system. I feel bad for him but I think he needs to take care of his self and not practice anymore, and be thankful the pills he switched, didn't harm anyone. Addiction is a horrible thing, for the victim and their family. I hope he gets good help this time.

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777777

Oct-22-13 4:31 PM

... a little slap on the wrist really. Is his license to practice removed??

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