INDIANAPOLIS – The hearing officer presiding over last October’s disciplinary case against Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill recommends he be suspended for two months.
Former Indiana Supreme Court Justice Myra Selby said Hill’s conduct at a work-related party nearly two years ago was “offensive, invasive, damaging and embarrassing” to the four women who testified against him.
The women accused Hill of inappropriately touching them, according to the Indianapolis Star.
Selby says Hill violated rules of conduct that require attorneys to behave in a manner that upholds public esteem for the legal system.
Hill has denied any wrongdoing.
The report goes to the Indiana Supreme Court which will make a final decision on Hill’s case.
Hill is running for a second term as attorney general.
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