Two Former Executives At Georgia Tech-based Non-Profit Corporation Indicted For Racketeering

(Atlanta) The Fulton County Grand Jury has returned an indictment for Racketeering (RICO) against two former executives of the Georgia Tech-based non-profit Southeastern Consortium for Minorities in Engineering (SECME).

Execution Scheduled For Killer Convicted Of Brutal Triple Homicide In Jones County

Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E.

WellStar Health Systems Agrees to Pay $2.7 Million To Settle Investigation Into Medicaid Billing

Attorney General Thurbert E.

New Execution Order Signed For Newton County Man Convicted Of Double Homicide

Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker offers the following information in the case against Melbert Ray Ford, who is currently scheduled to be executed at 7:00pm on June 9, 2010 for the March 6, 1986 murder of his ex-girlfriend and her 11 year old niece.

Scheduled Execution

AstraZeneca To Pay Georgia Over $11 Million As Part Of $520 Million Nationwide Settlement Resolving Claims of Off-label Drug Marketing

Claims Also Centered On Allegations That AstraZeneca Made Illegal Payments To Doctors and Paid For Physician Travel To Resorts As Part Of Program To Increase Off-label Use of Seroquel

Attorney General Baker Responds to Governor Perdue's Request To Initiate Healthcare Reform Litigation

Attorney General Thurbert Baker responded today to Governor Sonny Perdue’s request that he file a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Health Care Reform legislation passed by the United States House of Representatives this week.

Execution Order Signed For Newton County Man Convicted Of Double Homicide

**Updated February 8, 2010**

Catholic Pilgrimage Center Tours and Its Owner Ordered To Pay Over $420,000 For Violating Fair Business Practices Act

***Edited June 21, 2010 Regarding Post-Suit Claims***

Former Georgia Public Broadcasting Employee Pleads Guilty To Tax Theft Charges

Alexander Brown, a former employee of Georgia Public Broadcasting ("GPB"), entered a plea today before Judge John Ott in Newton County Superior Court to three counts of felony theft by taking.

Athens Psychologist Sentenced To Prison Term For Billing Medicaid For Therapy Sessions That Were Never Performed

Paul D. Mangum, 62, an Athens, Georgia psychologist, was sentenced today by United States District Judge William S. Duffey, Jr. to serve two years in federal prison on a charge of health care fraud.