Last summer, four women came forward with claims that Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill inappropriately touched them in March 2018 during a legislative party at a bar in Indianapolis.
Gov. Eric Holcomb called for Hill to resign in July, but Hill did not.
Special Prosecutor Dan Sigler then announced in October he did not have enough evidence to file criminal charges.
But in March 2019, nearly a year after the original allegations surfaced, the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission filed an administrative complaint reflecting the allegations. The complaint says Hill “engaged in a pattern of misconduct.”
Former Justice Myra Selby on Monday scheduled a pre-hearing conference for May 22 at the Statehouse on the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission’s complaint against Hill.
Attorney General Hill graciously took time out of his schedule on Monday to speak with the Hammer & Nigel Show about the allegations, as well as other matters of importance in the state.
Click below to hear Hammer and Nigel’s full interview with Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill.