Paul D. Mangum, 62, an Athens, Georgia psychologist, was sentenced today by United States District Judge William S. Duffey, Jr. to serve two years in federal prison on a charge of health care fraud.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today that Sidney Horton, the former nursing home administrator for The Places at Martinez, pled guilty today in Richmond County Superior Court to a felony count of Theft by Taking. Judge Carl Brown sentenced
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced that his office had successfully defended on appeal to the Eleventh Court of Appeals in
Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker offers the following information in the case against Mark Howard McClain, who is currently scheduled to be executed at 7:00pm on October 20, 2009.
A federal jury today returned a guilty verdict against Varian V.
In the wake of the massive flooding across the state, Georgians are dealing with structural damage to homes and businesses and significant property damage to cars, furniture and personal belongings. In addition, there is a large amount of debris clean
Patrice Wright, a former Student Life Director at the Clarkston campus of Perimeter College, pled guilty this morning in DeKalb Superior Court over her misuse of her state-issued purchasing card (P-card). Wright entered a guilty plea to ten counts of
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today that Georgia has joined with 48 other states  and the federal government in reaching the nation’s largest-ever settlement over allegations of health
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced that Christopher Lee entered a guilty plea in DeKalb County Superior Court yesterday to one count each of unlawful dumping, illegal handling of solid waste and illegal storage of human waste. Lee was sentenced
Attorney General Thurbert Baker and Revenue Commissioner Bart Graham announced today that former state Representative Mary Jeanette Jamieson was indicted on two counts of income tax evasion by the Fulton County Grand Jury. The indictment was presented