Attorney General Sam Olens announced that Georgia and 19 other states have filed a friend of the court brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in support of the right of religious nonprofit organizations to follow their religious beliefs.
Today Attorney General Sam Olens formally announced Georgia’s participation in a nationwide settlement with Millennium Labs.
Attorney General Sam Olens announced today that Beverly Wright pled guilty in Ware County Superior Court for stealing from Waycross College. Wright was sentenced to ten years on probation and 60 days in jail.
Today, Attorney General Sam Olens announced an addition to Georgia’s program of reciprocal recognition to firearms permit holders from other states. Legislation initially passed in 1996 allowed Georgia to grant this privilege to citizens of states whi
The lawfully ordered execution of Brian Keith Terrell for the 1992 murder of John Watson was carried out this morning at 12:52am at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Center in Jackson, Georgia. The sentence was carried out after the United Stat
Today, Attorney General Sam Olens announced at Duluth High School in Duluth, Ga., the winners of the “We’re Not Gonna Take It” video contest aimed at preventing prescription drug abuse among teens.
The Holiday season is upon us. That means additional shopping, spending and traveling for many of us. Unfortunately, these increased transactions are also a golden opportunity for scammers.
An execution date for Brian Keith Terrell has been set for December 8, 2015. Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens offers the following information in the case against Brian Keith Terrell for the 1992 murder of seventy-year-old John Watson.
The lawfully ordered execution of Marcus Ray Johnson for the 1994 murder of Angela Sizemore was carried out this evening at 10:11pm at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Center in Jackson, Georgia. The sentence was carried out after the United S
For-profit education company Education Management Corporation (EDMC) will significantly reform its recruiting and enrollment practices, and forgive more than $6,821,268 in loans for approximately 5,826 former students in Georgia, through an agreement w