Adam Hammill has been charged with assaulting two female paramedics under section 39 and is currently out on police bail.
The 24-year-old midfielder, who joined Town on-loan from Wolves, is due to appear at Liverpool Magistrates Court on Monday 12th November.
The paramedics had been called out to an emergency outside Revolution Bar when the alleged assault took place on October 6th, Hammill had been out celebrating Town's victory over Birmingham City from earlier that day.
If convicted he could face up to six months in prison.
Simon Grayson has said that it will be business a usual for Adam Hammill, stating that Hammill will continue to work & play for Huddersfield Town.
Grayson told the Examiner:-
'Adam has played since and he will continue to be considered for selection,'
'As a club we have co-operated fully with all the relevant parties. Adam has this charge hanging over him and he knows that if he has done wrong, he will be punished. 'In the meantime, he will continue to work and play for Huddersfield Town.'
It will be interesting to see what the verdict is and what the future lyes for Adam Hammill.
he has certainly got great talent and I have enjoyed watching him play so far this season, but his future is now in the hands of the law.
Hammill is available for selection for today's game against Bristol City