The Georgia case involving Genarlow Wilson has garnered much state and national attention over the last few weeks. The news accounts have predominantly carried one side of the story.
Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker offers the following information in the case against John Washington Hightower, who is currently scheduled to be executed on June 26, 2007 at 7:00 pm.
Attorney General Baker Calls On Defense Department To Honor Commitment To Members Of Reserves and National Guard
MySpace will turn over names and other information about convicted sex offenders the company has identified on its website to the nation’s Attorneys General, Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker, president of the National Association of Attorneys Ge
Jason Edward Brenner pled guilty today for his part in a mortgage fraud scheme that targeted properties in Gwinnett and Dekalb Counties, according to Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today that he had created a task force of Attorneys General from around the nation to examine legal issues related to school violence and safety.
Georgia ranks 7th in the country for its rate at which men kill women in single victim homicides, most of which were intimate partners, according to a study conducted by the Violence Policy Center.
Gwendolyn Stokes pled guilty today before Judge Lamar Sizemore in Peach County Superior Court to one count of Theft and three counts of False Statements. Stokes was sentenced to two years imprisonment to be followed by eight years of probation.
This morning in Dekalb County Superior Court, Virginia R. Jackson pled guilty to one count of Medicaid Fraud. Superior Court Judge Linda Warren Hunter sentenced her to serve 7 years in prison followed by 3 years of probation.
Aaron M. Hurowitz, an Atlanta physician, was sentenced today by United States District Judge Beverly B. Martin on federal charges of health care fraud related to a scheme to defraud the State of Georgia Medicaid Program.