Attorney General Baker Obtains Ten Year Prison Sentence Against Gwinnett County Identity Thief

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 Trenell King, a Gwinnett County resident, who was charged with operating an identity theft scheme in Gwinnett C

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Georgia Attorney General Baker and His Colleagues Meet with Attorney General Mukasey to Discuss Critical State Issues

The National Association of Attorneys General hosted U.S. Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey as he delivered his first public address on Thursday during the Association's annual winter meeting in Park City, Utah.

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Two Ponzi Scheme Operators Plead Guilty In Massive Insurance and Securities Fraud Prosecution

Lee Cash and Joey O’Kelly pled guilty today to charges arising out of a Ponzi scheme operated by the two men that focused on defrauding elderly individuals who thought they were purchasing insurance policies and securities.

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Statement of Attorney General Baker Following Genarlow Wilson Ruling by the Georgia Supreme Court

I have received and reviewed the decision by the Georgia Supreme Court in this matter, and I respectfully acknowledge the Court's authority to grant the relief that they have crafted in this case. As the Supreme Court found, the habeas court's order resentencing Mr.

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Attorney General Baker Announces Execution Date for Curtis Osborne

CURTIS OSBORNE

Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker offers the following information in the case against Curtis Osborne, who is currently scheduled to be executed during the execution window starting at noon on October 23, 2007, and ending at noon on October 30, 2007.

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Attorney General Baker Announces Execution Date for Jack E. Alderman

JACK E. ALDERMAN

Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker offers the following information in the case against Jack E. Alderman, who is currently scheduled to be executed during the execution window starting at noon on October 19, 2007 and ending at noon on October 26, 2007.

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Attorney General Baker, the Federal Trade Commission and the Century Council Team Up for National "We Don't Serve Teens" Week

Public service announcements to air statewide urging parents to speak up and discourage underage drinking

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Emergency Restraining Order Sought By Attorney General and EPD Director Granted by Superior Court

Order Forces Waste Processing Facility In Jackson County That Caught Fire
This Week To Stop Accepting Any Additional Waste Material

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Attorney General Baker Calls for Federal and Statewide Reforms to Increase School and College Campus Safety

Call to Action Follows Report of National Task Force of Attorneys General that Baker Appointed to Examine Virginia Tech School Massacre

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Superior Court Upholds Attorney General Ruling That Carolina Tobacco Company Cannot Sell "Roger"-brand Cigarettes In Georgia

Judge Manis of the Fulton County Superior Court has upheld Attorney General Thurbert Baker's determination that Carolina Tobacco Company's "Roger" brand is not eligible to be on Georgia's list of approved tobacco cigarette brands.

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