Kimberly Martin, a former Alpharetta homeowner, pled guilty today to one count of residential mortgage fraud and one count of theft by deception. Martin was sentenced by Judge R.
Nicholas Piccirilli, who posed as a real estate developer and investor, pled guilty last Friday to one count of residential mortgage fraud.
In another effort to increase government transparency and accountability, Attorney General Sam Olens announced that the Georgia Department of Law has joined Facebook and Twitter.
The Clarke County Grand Jury returned a two count indictment today against Rebecca Hill for her role in the embezzlement of $219,795.69 from the Carl Vinson Institute of Government (Vinson Institute) of the University of Georgia (UGA).
Attorney General Samuel S. Olens announced today that the State of
EnDebt, LLC, doing business as DebtOne Financial Solutions, LLC, and EnDebt’s owner, Eric Delariva, were ordered by a Fulton County Superior Court Judge to pay fines and restitution for a series of violations of
Attorney General Samuel S.
At a news conference today, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and Attorney Gen.
The DeKalb County Grand Jury has returned a four count indictment against Lawanda Harkness for her role in the theft of money orders that were originally intended to pay state tax obligations of two