Indiana Supreme Court responds to Holcomb request regarding Hill status

first_img Pinterest WhatsApp By Tommie Lee – May 18, 2020 1 352 Indiana Supreme Court responds to Holcomb request regarding Hill status Twitter Facebook Google+ WhatsApp IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market (Photo supplied/Indiana A.G. Curtis Hill) Indiana’s Supreme Court has responded to the governor’s request regarding the status of Attorney General Curtis Hill.The Court denied Governor Holcomb’s request to determine whether Curtis Hill can remain the state’s Attorney General.If the Court had clarified the vacancy question, it would have allowed Holcomb to name a new person to the post.In their summary the Court ruled that they should not offer up advisory opinions and said it would be inappropriate for them to rule on the status of the current vacancy in the office.It seems likely that Hill return to the office after his suspension expires. Pinterest Twitter Google+ Facebook Previous articlePortage woman arrested after allegedly throwing joint at officerNext articleNotre Dame classes to resume in August Tommie Leelast_img

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