Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr.'s law license was suspended for 30 days by the state’s highest court on Monday over allegations he groped four women at an event in 2018.
Hill “should have known better” to act as he did, which was a violation of ethics rules prohibiting committing criminal acts and engaging in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice, the Indiana Supreme Court’s said.
It agreed with a court disciplinary commission officer’s finding that Hill committed misdemeanor battery. He has denied wrongdoing.
But Hill said in a statement that he accepts “with humility and respect the Indiana ...