Hugh Zeigler, owner of Zeig’s Café in Brunswick, pled guilty in Glynn County Superior Court on December 2, 2011, to one count of Conversion of Funds Collected for Benefit of State (O.C.G.A.
A Putnam County Superior Court judge has ruled that Roy Embry and Rhonda Tuttle, both of
Attorney General Sam Olens announced that the State of
A Fulton County Grand Jury returned indictments on November 22, 2011, against Nathaniel Johnson, III, Jeff Romeus and Jasmin Tunica-El in Fulton County Superior Court.
Attorney General Sam Olens, along with 34 other attorneys general and the San Francisco city attorney, filed comments today responding to the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) proposed settlement with Phusion Projects, LLC regarding
Four men have been indicted for their alleged role in a North Georgia tobacco trafficking ring.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced today that it has granted certiorari in the multi-state challenge to the federal healthcare law.
Attorney General Sam Olens and 38 state and territorial attorneys general have sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission and its Bureau of Competition encouraging the agency to use its existing enforcement authority under the Federal Trade Commissi
Attorney General Sam Olens announced today that the State of
Guled Mohamed, a Somali non-resident alien, and Ladeidra Johnson, a former license examiner with the Georgia Department of Driver Services, pled guilty today in DeKalb County Superior Court to four counts of False Statement (