PARK RIVER, N.D. (AP) _ A North Dakota state senator from Park River says he's contemplating his political future after a second alcohol-related arrest.
Thirty-year-old Joe Miller is charged with speeding, having an open container of alcohol and being in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while over the legal blood-alcohol limit.
Miller also was charged with reckless driving and having an open container in 2007. He was given a suspended 20-day jail sentence and fined $500.
He tells the Grand Forks Herald that it was ``foolish'' to get behind the wheel after drinking at a banquet late last month and that he'll have to live with the consequences. He's due in court July 22.
Miller has been in the Senate since 2009.