Attorney General Sam Olens announced today that in order to increase transparency and accountability, he has issued an Administrative Order establishing rules for the consideration and retention of outside counsel on a contingency fee basis.
On Friday, May 18, 2012, a Fulton County Grand Jury returned an indictment against Eugene B. Wimby, Jr. for fraudulently collecting his father’s retirement benefits from the Teachers’ Retirement System of Georgia (TRS) after his father’s death.
Attorney General Sam Olens announced today that the
At the urging of Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens’ office, Payday Financial, LLC, Green Billow, LLC and Western Sky Financial, LLC, payday lenders which claim to be Native American owned and operated, have agreed to cease making loans in Georgia. Th
Former University of Georgia (UGA) employee Rebecca Hill pled guilty today in Clarke County Superior Court to one count of Racketeering (O.C.G.A. § 16-14-4(a)) and one count of Theft by Taking (O.C.G.A.
Attorney General Sam Olens announced today that
Former Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) professor Francois Sainfort entered a guilty plea yesterday in Fulton County Superior Court to one felony count of False Statements and Writings (O.C.G.A. § 16‑10‑20). Judge T.
Attorney General Sam Olens has teamed up with Olympic Gold Medalist Apolo Ohno and The Century Council to release a Public Service Announcement
On Monday, April 16, a Tattnall County Grand Jury returned indictments against three former State of Georgia employees for participating in a scheme to steal money from the State.
Today, Governor Nathan Deal signed HB 397, the comprehensive re-write of Georgia’s Open Meetings and Open Records Acts. The bill won sweeping, bipartisan approval by the General Assembly this year.