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Disciplinary commission recommends suspending Indiana AG Curtis Hill's license for two years

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Posted at 7:41 PM, Dec 17, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-17 19:41:31-05

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Disciplinary Commission has recommended the suspension of Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill's law license for two years, according to a proposal filed on Monday.

The hearing comes after an October hearing lasted several days looking into accusations Hill inappropriately touched women at a party in March 2018.

An attorney for Hill filed a motion to strike on Tuesday in response to the recommendation, according to online court records.

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The Indiana Supreme Court will have the final say about what happens.