Attorney General Sam Olens made the following statement upon passage of HB 200, the sex trafficking bill, today:
Tara Crystal Anderson pled guilty yesterday to one count of Conspiracy to Defraud the State (O.C.G.A. § 16-10-21) and one count of Theft by Taking (O.C.G.A. § 16-8-2) before Judge Karen Woodson in Fulton County Superior Court.
A Clarke County Grand Jury returned a three count racketeering indictment yesterday against Brian C.
Kathy Mansfield, a Thomaston pediatrician and owner of Pediatric Associates of Thomaston, Inc., pled guilty yesterday to one count of Medicaid Fraud for intentionally overbilling the Medicaid Program in the amount of approximately $537,428.
Attorney General Sam Olens and Representative Jay Powell presented a substitute of HB 397 to the House Judiciary Committee today. The bill, which clarifies and strengthens the Open Records and Open Meetings Acts, was originally filed last week.
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Two former Georgia Tech professors and a relative were indicted yesterday by a Fulton County Grand Jury.
The Georgia Supreme Court upheld yesterday the 2006 Photo ID Act, which requires
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Attorney General Sam Olens made the following statement on Judge Roger Vinson’s order today issuing a stay on his January 31, 2011, ruling: