The Indiana Supreme Court announces the suspension of Indiana Attorney General, Curtis Hill from practicing law for 30 days. It determined Hill violated professional conduct rules by committing battery. The decision stems from Hill being accused of groping four women during a party in Indianapolis back in 2018. The suspension will officially begin on May 18th. If there are no further suspensions, he would then be reinstated to practice law. Hill has denied any wrongdoing and rebuffed calls from Governor, Holcomb to resign.