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LB Leroy Hill’s Domestic Violence Charge May Be Dismissed

The Seattle Times reports that the domestic-violence charge against Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill could be dismissed if he does what the court asks him to do for the next 18 months.

The domestic-violence charge against Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill in Issaquah will be dismissed if he complies with the court’s stipulations for the next 18 months. Hill, 27, entered into a stipulated-order of continuance at Issaquah Municipal Court at a hearing Wednesday. The continuance avoids a trial that could have began as early as next week on a misdemeanor charge of fourth-degree assault/domestic violence stemming from an April arrest at his home in Issaquah. According to Lynn Moberly, the prosecutor in this case, Hill will be on court probation for the next 18 months. He must complete a one-year state-certified domestic-violence treatment program.


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