Exactly one month from today, the inaugural Georgia Legal Food Frenzy competition will officially begin.
Yesterday, Leetra Dometric Langston pled guilty to one count of Medicaid Fraud for his role in a scheme involving God’s
Today, the Senate unanimously approved HB 237, legislation that will make foreclosure fraud a crime in
Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a substitute of HB 397, the proposed revision of
A Tift County Grand Jury indicted Chiquita Rivers yesterday on seven counts of Forgery in the First Degree (O.C.G.A. § 16-9-1).
Attorney General Sam Olens, along with 48 state attorneys general and the District of Columbia, joined the United States Department of Justice in alleging misconduct by the nation’s five largest mortgage servicers in a civil complaint filed today in fe
The Georgia House of Representatives has overwhelmingly passed HB 397, the proposed re-write to improve Georgia’s Open Records and Open Meetings Laws.
Today the Georgia House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed HB 972, legislation that will curtail the operation of illicit pill mills in
Committees in the House and Senate have unanimously recommended passage of bills designed to reign in the rapid growth of illegal pill mills in
The House Judiciary Committee today voted unanimously to recommend passage of HB 397, the proposal, sponsored by Representative Jay Powell, to re-write and improve Georgia’s Open