IN Attorney General Responds To Court Ruling On License Suspension

May 11, 2020

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill
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This afternoon Indiana Attorney General Curtis HIll issued a statement in response to a ruling by the Indiana State Supreme Court that his law license should be suspended for 30 days.

(You can read Hill's statement below.) 

“I accept with humility and respect the Indiana Supreme Court’s ruling of a 30-day suspension of my license with automatic reinstatement.

“I have directed that beginning Monday, May 18, Chief Deputy Aaron Negangard will assume responsibility for the legal operations of this office during the temporary suspension of my license until it is reinstated on Wednesday, June 17.

“I offer my deepest gratitude to my family, friends and the entire staff of the Office of the Attorney General. My staff has worked tirelessly and without interruption and will continue to do so on behalf of all Hoosiers.”