INDIANAPOLIS (WPTA21) - The hearing officer presiding over the discipline case of Indiana's highest-ranking attorney recommended a 60-day suspension without automatic reinstatement, the Indiana Lawyer reports.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is accused by several women of inappropriate conduct at a legislative social event.
He has denied any wrongdoing and is currently seeking election to a new term.
If his law license was suspended, it is unlikely he could carry out his duties as attorney general, according to the Indiana Lawyer.
The Indiana Supreme Court will ultimately decide any discipline Hill should face.