Washington residents may be aware of the case of former Seattle Seahawks linebacker, Leroy Hill, who was arrested in January on suspicion of domestic violence. The King County Prosecutor's Office said on May 8 that the case against Hill did not warrant a felony charge. The case has been transferred to the Issaquah prosecuting attorney, who could still charge Hill with a misdemeanor.
Hill faced fourth-degree assault anddomestic violence charges in Issaquah after an April 2010 arrest. Those charges were eventually dismissed after the alleged victim stopped cooperating with police and Hill complied with settlement terms for 18-months.