Attorney General Thurbert Baker joined with Joseph Doyle, the head of the Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs, to announce that Baker’s office had taken a guilty plea from Ishmail Abdullah, a Gwinnett County resident, who was charged with operating a
On January 29, 2007, Carolina Tobacco Company issued a series of press releases stating that it had reached a $31 million settlement with various States and that the settlement resolved issues related to its status as a cigarette manufacturer under Geo
Former Owner & Operator of Midtown Medical Center Convicted In $375,000 Fraud Of The Georgia Medicaid System
After the holidays, it’s not unusual for many Americans to find themselves buried in hundreds or even thousands of dollars of additional debt.
Stephen Perkins pled guilty today before Judge Cynthia Becker in Dekalb Superior Court to 8 counts of Forgery in the Second Degree and 2 counts of Computer Forgery. Perkins was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Angela Grier and Sonji McKibben were both sentenced today by Judge Jackson Bedford in Fulton Superior Court on one count of Racketeering.
Spam: It’s More Than Ham In A Can
Georgia will receive $789,000 as part of a 43-state, $49.5-million settlement with Covington, Ky.-based Omnicare Inc., according to Attorney General Thurbert Baker.
It is a fact of life that emails have become an essential method of communication for the vast majority of Georgians, and a significant number of Georgians do some or all of their banking business online.
(Atlanta) Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced that his office had successfully defended on appeal to the Eleventh Court of Appeals in Atlanta the denial of federal habeas corpus relief to Curtis Osborne, a Spalding County native who received the