The mechanic was recently charged after his part in paraplegic boyfriend Jackson Walsh's (Marc Silcock) assisted suicide. Speaking to Digital Spy, Miller praised the casting of guest actors who take on various roles in the court scenes.
"They are just brilliant episodes, they really are," Miller gushed. "They're very interesting and we've got some great guest actors in to play the defence and prosecution. They were fantastic.
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"We really enjoyed it. It was different to be able to film something like that in a courtroom, instead of just the village or The Woolpack."
Miller added: "It's always nice to get out to location and do some different stuff. It was like filming a drama - really good."
Teasing his alter ego's future in the Yorkshire serial, Miller said that Aaron has "got to go through the dark patch" before finding "light at the end of the tunnel".
"Whatever the verdict is, it'll be [Aaron] having to deal with that and adjust to life [after] the verdict," he said. "It's in the judge and jury's hands."
> Read Digital Spy's full chat with Emmerdale actor Danny Miller