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Attorney General Chris Carr appointed W. Wright Banks, Jr. to serve as Chief Deputy for the Georgia Department of Law on March 1, 2020.
Beth Burton serves as Deputy Attorney General and Director of the Criminal Justice Division, where she oversees the Capital Litigation Section, the Post-Conviction Section, and the Public Safety Section. Prior to that, she served as head of the Capital Litigation Section. Beth received her B.A.
Isaac Byrd joined the State of Georgia Law Department in 1975 as a member of the Criminal Section. He later served in the Environmental Section of the Law Department, where he worked until he became a deputy attorney general in 2003.
In her role as Director of Communications, Katie Byrd oversees all internal and external communications for the Office of the Attorney General. She also serves as the office’s primary contact to facilitate media inquiries and matters.
As Deputy Attorney General, Anne Infinger is in charge of the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Unit, which enforces Georgia’s Fair Business Practices Act and a number of other consumer-related laws.
In his role as Chief of Staff, Travis Johnson oversees all operations and internal and external communications for the Department of Law. He also serves as the Department’s primary liaison on public policy matters, government and community relations and legislative affairs.
Kathleen M. Pacious was appointed Deputy Attorney General of the General Litigation Division in 1997. She manages the tort, civil rights and workers' compensation litigation for the State of Georgia.
Mr. Pearlberg has been the Director of the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit at the Attorney General’s office since March 2013. His unit has recovered in excess of $225 Million on behalf of the State. Previous to working at the Attorney General’s office, Mr.
As Solicitor General, Andrew Pinson oversees the office’s appellate and multi-state litigation in state and federal courts.