Curtis Hill Biography
Curtis Hill is an American prosecutor who was born and brought up in Elkhart, Indiana, the United States. Curtis has served as Attorney General of Indian Republicans since 2017. Hill, after graduating from Indiana University and Indiana University School of Law, became a lawyer in private practice and part-time prosecutor until 2002.
He was elected Elkhart County prosecutor and then re-elected to the post, ultimately serving four terms before his election as state attorney general. Hill was accused of sexual misconduct by four women, prompting calls for his resignation in 2018 but denied the assertions.
In July 2020, he was defeated by Todd Rokita for the Republican nomination of Indiana Attorney General.
Curtis Hill Age
Curtis is 60 years as of 2021. He was born in February 1961, Elkhart, Indiana, United States. Hill celebrates his birthday in February every year. His birth sign is Aquarius or Pisces.
Curtis Hill Height
HIll stands at an average height and has moderate weight. He appears to be quite tall in stature in his photos, relative to his surroundings, which are anything to go by. However, details regarding his actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We are keeping tabs and will update this information once it is out.
Curtis Hill Education
Hill studied business at Indiana University and received his law degree from Indiana University School of Law. Hill has also attained a second-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and a black belt in Hapkido.
Curtis Hill Parents
Curtis is the youngest son of Curtis Hill Sr. (a postal worker and civil rights activist) and Eleanor (a cosmetologist).
Curtis Hill Siblings
Our efforts to find out more about his family came to no avail as no such information is publicly available. Thus, the identity of Hill’s siblings is still unclear. We will update this section once this information is available.
Curtis Hill Wife, Teresa Hill
Curtis is married to Teresa Hill. He and his wife, Teresa Hill, have five children; Halle, Mallory, Curtis, Bella, and Abraham. His commitment to public service is rooted in his hope that his children and all other children will live in a happier, safer, and more vibrant world. He enjoys an active lifestyle, keeping fit through regular exercise and tennis.
Curtis Hill Children
Curtis is a father of five children however, nothing much has been revealed about the personal lives of his children because they like to lead a very private life away from the public media.
Curtis Hill Net Worth
Curtis’ net worth is publicly not available. His primary source of income is his career as a Prosecutor. Through his various sources of income, we believe that Hill has been able to accumulate a good net worth but prefers to keep it private. We will update this section once this information is available.
Curtis Hill Measurements and Facts
Here are some interesting facts and body measurements you should know about Hill.
Curtis Hill Bio and Wiki
- Full Names: Curtis Theophilus Hill Jr
- Popular As: Curtis Hill
- Gender: Male
- Occupation / Profession: Prosecutor
- Nationality: American
- Race / Ethnicity: To be Updated
- Religion: To be Updated
- Sexual Orientation: Straight
Curtis Hill Birthday
- Age / How Old?: 60 years
- Zodiac Sign: Pisces or Aquarius
- Date of Birth: 1960
- Place of Birth: United States
- Birthday: To be Updated
Curtis Hill Body Measurements
- Body Measurements: To be Updated
- Height / How Tall?: Average
- Weight: Moderate
- Eye Color: Black
- Hair Color: Bald
- Shoe Size: To be Updated
Curtis Hill Family and Relationship
- Father (Dad): Curtis Hill Sr.
- Mother: Eleanor
- Siblings (Brothers and Sisters): To be Updated
- Marital Status: Married
- Wife/Spouse: Married to Teresa Hill
- Dating / Girlfriend: To be Updated
- Children: Halle, Mallory, Curtis, Bella, and Abraham
Curtis Hill Net Worth and Salary
- Net Worth: Under Review
- Salary: Under Review
- Source of Income: His professional career as a prosecutor
Curtis Hill House and Cars
- Place of living: To be Updated
- Cars: Car Brand to be Updated
Curtis Hill Legal Career
Hill was a lawyer in private practice and a part-time prosecutor and later elected as county prosecutor for Elkhart County in Northern Indiana. Hill was re-elected to more than three terms. Just like all Elkhart County prosecutors, he was elected as a Republican since 1998. In 2006, Hill was recruited by the National Republican Congressional Committee chairman Tom Cole to run for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives but he declined to run
Curtis Hill Indiana Attorney General
Hill ran as a Republican for Indiana attorney general in 2016, seeking to succeed Greg Zoeller, who did not seek re-election. Curtis Hill ran against former Lake County Circuit Court Judge Lorenzo Arredondo, the Democratic nominee. He significantly outspent Arredondo in the race. Hill defeated Arredondo on November 8, 2016, receiving 1,643,689 votes (61.94%) to Arredondo’s 994,085 votes (38.06%).
Though a state law passed in April 2018 legalized the possession and use of a particular cannabidiol oil by persons registered with the Indiana Department of Health, he resolved that the selling or distributing cannabidiol oil was still illegal. Hill is the first African American man to become Indiana Attorney and was speculated as a potential future candidate for U.S. Senate and has frequently tweeted on national issues. As attorney general, he promoted conservative, and particularly socially conservative, policies.
Hill opposed efforts to downplay opposition to same-sex marriage in the state Republican Party’s platform. He also met with the President (Donald Trump) at the White House on at least four occasions to discuss various issues. Curtis Hill opposes the medical marijuana and legalization of marijuana in Indiana; Hill issued an official advisory opinion in November 2017, declaring the use of cannabidiol oil illegal in Indiana.
Curtis Hill CBD Legality
The following year the Indiana General Assembly overruled Curtis’s opinion. They passed new legislations affirming CBD,s legality in their country. The bill was passed 36-11 in the Senate and 97-0 in the House and was signed into law by Governor Eric Holcomb. AG Hill strongly opposes needle exchange programs, and successfully pressured Madison County to halt its program. Hill favors harsher penalties for drug offenses, and supported the use of civil forfeiture.
He filed an appeal from a U.S. district court in 2017, decision holding that Indiana’s forfeiture law was a violation of the U.S. Constitution. Hill joined with other conservative attorneys general in 2017. Hill was criticized by some state legislators for spending $279,000 in state funds in August 2017, for renovations to his office at the Indiana State House, and for spending almost $31,000 in state funds for the purchase of a large passenger van to serve as a mobile office. His office defended the expenditures.
AG Hill is leading a 17-state lawsuit against the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Under Attorney general Hill, Indiana also sued California over a law that bars eggs sold in California from coming from battery cage hens. Hill filed an appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals in 2018 for the Seventh Circuit, seeking to challenge a settlement. That stopped the county from detaining people in Indianapolis.
In 2018, he objected to a consent decree to add additional early voting locations in Marion County. The county Election Board and Indianapolis NAACP resolved a voting rights lawsuit. The consent decree was then approved over Hill’s objections by the U.S.
District Judge (Sarah Evans Barker), who wrote: “.” Curtis Hill was criticized for his intervention in the case by Common Cause, the NAACP, and the Election Board, as well as Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson, a fellow Republican who said that: “By his reckless action, the Attorney General has disrupted more than 18 months of productive bi-partisan conversations.”
Hill opposed the adoption of hate-crime laws-Indiana is one of five U.S. states without such laws. Hill staked out a public position in 2017, regarding athletes who have protested police violence against black citizens. In an essay distributed to news outlets, he criticized the players’ methods and message, writing that the number of instances of police brutality “is but a fraction of the number of black people murdered by black people.
Curtis Hill Sexual harassment allegations
In March 2018, Hill was accused by multiple women of inappropriate sexual behavior. During a party at a bar on the last night of the Indiana General Assembly session, four women have accused Hill of groping them, prompting an investigation by the Indiana Inspector General.
At the request of General Assembly leadership, a law firm prepared a confidential memorandum in June 2018 that summarized interviews with the woman; the memo was obtained by The Indianapolis Star and made public the following month.
Out of the four women, three have publicly come forward -State Representative Mara Candelaria Reardon and two legislative staffers. The accusations against Hill prompted calls for his resignation from top elected officials in the state, this included fellow Republicans, such as Governor Eric Holcomb, House Speaker Brian Bosma, and Senate leader David C. Long. The Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate in 2018 Mike Braun, also called on him to resign.
Curtis Hill White House/Trump
Curtis Hill, the Attorney General joined President Donald Trump and other leaders on Thursday at a White House reception celebrating National African American History Month.
Attorney General said, “I was grateful to participate in honoring men and women who have worked hard, sacrificed much, and endured discrimination in order to provide a better way of life for future generations. Their examples should inspire all of us, whatever our ancestral roots, to conduct our lives with a similar devotion to the greater good.” President Trump acknowledges African Americans.
Curtis Hill Announcement
The special prosecutor Dan Sigler, investigating Curtis Hill would make an announcement earlier on Oct 22, 2018, regarding the allegations that Hill inappropriately touched women at a party in March.
Frequently Asked Questions About Curtis Hill
Who is Curtis Hill?
Curtis Hill is an American prosecutor who has served as Attorney General of Indian Republicans since 2017.
How old is Curtis Hill?
Curtis is 60 years as of 2021. He was born in February 1961, Elkhart, Indiana, United States.
How tall is Curtis Hill?
Curtis stands at an average height, he has not shared his height with the public. His height will be listed once we have it from a credible source.
What nationality is Curtis Hill?
Curtis is an American national.
How many siblings does Curtis Hill have?
After doing our research details about his siblings are not available. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Where did Curtis Hill attend college?
Hill studied business at Indiana University and received his law degree from Indiana University School of Law.
Is Curtis Hill married?
Yes, Curtis is married to Teresa Hill. He and his wife, Teresa Hill, have five children; Halle, Mallory, Curtis, Bella, and Abraham.
How much is Curtis Hill worth?
Hill has not yet revealed his net worth. We will update this section when we get and verify information about the wealth and properties under his name.
Is Curtis Hill dead or alive?
Hill is still alive and in good health. There have been no reports of him being sick or having any health-related issues.
Where does Curtis Hill live?
Because of security reasons, Hill has not shared his precise location of residence. We will immediately update this information if we get the location and images of his house.
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