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"We must do all we can to ensure that violent offenders have no method for causing additional harm from inside a prison cell"
ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr is encouraging all Georgians to join in recognizing Data Privacy Week from Jan. 22-28, 2023, by reviewing and adjusting their online privacy settings to protect their personal information.
ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr and Insurance Commissioner John King are urging Georgians to be on the lookout for potential home repair fraud, insurance scams, price gouging, and other schemes following the recent tornadoes and severe storms that moved throughout the state.
“All Georgians deserve to be safe, and we will continue fighting to root out gang activity wherever it occurs.”
AG provides update on statewide Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit
Consent judgment also prohibits Elite from selling or advertising stem cell therapy products or services
17-year-old girl rescued in 2020 as part of Operation Not Forgotten
State stands to receive more than $181 million in total base payments
ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr today joined 13 other state attorneys general in urging Attorney General Merrick Garland and the Department of Justice (DOJ) to break their silence on third-party litigation funding (“TPLF”). TPLF is a lucrative practice in the United States, valued between $2.3 and $5 billion, where an outside third party provides resources to fund civil disputes in exchange for a share of the recovery if successful. The attorneys general warn that foreign adversaries can spend money on American litigation with the intention of harming States and our country’s economic and national security.
ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr today announced that the State of Georgia has joined the $3.1 billion national settlement with Walmart to resolve allegations that the company failed to appropriately oversee the dispensing of opioids at its stores and therefore contributed to the opioid crisis. By joining the settlement, Georgia stands to receive a base payment of $28 million to help fund critical treatment and recovery services for those struggling with opioid use disorder.