INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission is accusing state Attorney General Curtis Hill of professional misconduct following allegations he drunkenly groped a female lawmaker and three female legislative staffers at a bar.


A disciplinary complaint filed Tuesday says Hill committed misdemeanor battery against all four women and felony sexual battery against one of them, a legislative staffer.


It alleges Hill violated Indiana's Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys.

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A special prosecutor declined in October to pursue criminal charges against Hill, who has denied wrongdoing.


Hill has 30 days to respond to the commission's complaint.

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The Indiana Supreme Court will determine whether misconduct occurred and, if so, whether a sanction is appropriate.


Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb and other state officials called for Hill resign last year after the allegations became public.

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