According to Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times, the King County Prosecutor’s Office is going to weigh the evidence before deciding which path to choose. A decision will be made in the future on Hill, who has been accused of domestic violence in the past.
Hill, who was arrested in suburban Issaquah, posted $150,000 bond on Thursday and was released from jail.
Hill is scheduled to become a free agent next month and this off-field issue could obviously impede his ability to find work. He’s dealt with marijuana accusations in the past as well.
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