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Attorney General Thurbert Baker, along with the Attorneys General from all 49 other states, announced today a $51.5 million nationwide settlement with Ford Motor Company resolving allegations of deceptive trade practices relating to the sale and advertising of Ford sport utility vehicles.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today an addition to Georgia’s program of reciprocal recognition to firearms permit holders from other states. Legislation passed in 1996 allowed Georgia to grant this privilege to citizens of states which recognized Georgia firearms permits.
(Atlanta) Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker announced today that the court-ordered execution of William Howard Putman was carried out this evening, November 13, 2002, at 7:20pm.
(Atlanta -- October 11, 2002) Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced a landmark consumer settlement today with mortgage lender Household Finance over its lending practices in the "subprime" market for home loans.
ATLANTA, October 8, 2002 – Governor Roy E.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker today announced the settlement of an $8.2 million nationwide settlement with houseware manufacturer Salton, Inc. This settlement resolves an antitrust lawsuit filed by Georgia and 44 other states as well as Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia.
Attorney General Thurbert Baker joined with the National Association of Attorneys General today in commemorating October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
(Atlanta – September 26, 2002) Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today that guilty pleas had been obtained from the final two members of the Identity Theft crime ring operating out of northeast Georgia.
Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker offers the following information on the execution of Wallace Marvin Fugate, III, who was executed at 9:46 p.m. on August 16, 2002.