According to documentation provided by Clay Superior Court, Anita M. Miller, 44, with the assistance of her attorney Darrell E. Felling, negotiated a plea agreement/sentencing recommendation with the Clay County Prosecutor's Office.
Miller was originally charged with class B misdemeanor public intoxication and class C misdemeanor public nudity stemming from an incident with Clay County Sheriff's Department personnel during an accident investigation. However, she was not prosecuted for those charges.
Miller agreed to plead guilty only to an amended class B misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. Miller also waived her right to a public and speedy trial by jury and will make factual testimony of her guilt as negotiated.
Per terms of the negotiated plea agreement, Clay County Superior Court Judge Blaine Akers sentenced Miller to 180 days incarceration at the Clay County Justice Center, with all suspended with the exception of four days of previous time served. She would be placed on formal probation for 176 days and ordered to perform 24 hours of community service.
Miller is ordered to obey all laws, pay court costs, fines and probation fees, report to probation officer as required and submit to alcohol counseling with the court's substance abuse counselor. She is prohibited from possessing and/or consuming alcohol and will be subject to random controlled substance screens and searches of her person, vehicle or residence without notice.