Financial identity fraud is a rapidly growing problem in the United States, which damages not only businesses and financial institutions, but also seriously victimizes law-abiding citizens, by the appropriation of their credit and good names.
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Thurbert E. Baker, Attorney General, State of Georgia; Richard H.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today that a Chatham County Superior Court jury convicted James L. Burnsed of Pembroke, Georgia of 22 counts of insurance fraud. After the Chatham County conviction, Mr.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker and U. S. Attorney Richard H. Deane, Jr.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker and Barry Reid, Administrator of the Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs, announced today that Georgia, 23 other states and the District of Columbia have settled claims against Publishers Clearing House (PCH) for
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today that he has been elected Chairman of the Southern Regional Conference of Attorneys General.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced that a major insurance fraud indictment was unsealed in DeKalb County late last week, and that search and arrest warrants were executed. Assistant Attorney General Cassandra J.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today that the U.S. Supreme Court has reached a decision in the Georgia case of Garner v. Jones. The Court released its decision this morning.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced that the Franklin County grand jury yesterday returned an indictment against Sherri Samantha Bius of Franklin County for 3 counts of financial identity fraud, 18 counts of forgery in the second degree and
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today that he has joined a $34 million national settlement with New York shoe manufacturer Nine West Group Inc., resolving allegations of price-fixing.