The Attorney General is going to help prosecute a traffic case against a former Springfield doctor who says police officers beat her and kept her in handcuffs for most of the time she was in custody. An Assistant Attorney General has been assigned to the case. The prosecutor will not say why he has asked for the help. The lawyer for Ramona Miller says it does not appear to be a wise use of state funds. Miller was charged a year ago with resisting arrest, failure to yeild to an emergency vehicle and failing to stay on her half of the road. The arrest happened in Camden County, where Miller now lives. She says police were out to get her because she wrote a medical affidavit a few months earlier that said a Camden County jail inmate had gotten poor medical treatment.