Hill was sentenced to 36 months of probation and 70 hours of community service. He will also be required to attend a six-month anger treatment program.
If you missed the story the first time around, The Oregonian provided a recap of Hill’s arrest:
On Dec. 13, Hill was arrested on charges of menacing and felony counts of fourth-degree assault and strangulation in a dispute with a young woman at his apartment.
Three days later, Hill entered a not-guilty plea during his arraignment on misdemeanor charges of menacing and criminal mischief. On the same day, the team suspended Hill indefinitely from all team activities until his case had closed. He did not travel to the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio because of the discipline.
According to a source from the program, Hill could be reinstated to the team if he meets the conditions of his “behavioral contract.”
[Source: The Oregonian]