Monday, May 17, 2010

SEAHAWKS: Georgia to consider revoking Hill's probation


Leroy Hill didn't attend Seattle's latest OTA session today and likely won't make it out to any of them this offseason as legal matters keep getting worse for Seattle's high-paid linebacker.

Georgia officials may revoke Hill's year-long probation sentence for a Marijuana prosecution earlier this year due to his recent arrest in Issaquah for suspicion of domestic violence.

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Revocation of probation can lead to several different consequences, including issuance of a warrant or jail time.

Georgian authorities are going to coordinate with Issaquah officials to see how or if they plan to pursue the domestic violence charge against Hill. If this latest news amounts to anything, Hill could see his suspension time in the NFL adding up.

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