NANTICOKE -- Court papers have been released in a DUI case against a Luzerne County dentist who helped secure tougher laws after his son was hit and killed.
The papers indicate that Stephen Miller had a blood alcohol level of .273 when he was pulled over last month.
That's more than three times the legal limit.
Miller's wife and children were also in the car that cops stopped in the Nanticoke area in June.
Miller and his wife helped establish a new law named after their son.
The law increases penalties for drivers who flee the scene of a deadly crash.