INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Supreme Court has ordered Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill to pay more than $19,000 in expenses in a disciplinary case stemming from allegations he groped a state lawmaker and three other women during a party.
The ruling from the high court orders Hill to pay just over $19-thousand dollars in a check made payable to the clerk of the court. The amount Hill is being required to pay is about one-third of the $57-thousand dollars the Indiana attorney disciplinary commission had asked the court in September to order Hill to pay toward expenses in the groping case.
Hill had disputed the commission's proposal and proposed that he pay a total of about $17,400.
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