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As Indiana lawmakers attempt to hire their own counsel to represent them in the sexual harassment lawsuit involving Attorney General Curtis Hill, they also spell out their own defenses as to why the state is not liable.

In briefs filed with the court obtained by Indy Politics, the attorney for the Indiana House and Senate says the Chambers have a legitimate interest in the outcome of the litigation, also since the Attorney General has criticized their initial investigation of the matter, his office is conflicted out from representing them.

They also underscore that the sine die party where the incident reportedly occurred was not a government-related or sponsored function.

We’ve linked the following legal briefs below so you may read them for yourself.

Indiana Senate – Answer to Complaint

Indiana Senate – Motion to Intervene

Indiana Senate – Brief of Motion to Intervene

Indiana House  – Answer to Complaint

Indiana House  – Motion to Intervene

Indiana House  – Brief of Motion to Intervene