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May 1

May 1, 2011 --

Glynn judge’s bench now a hot seat Fulton tax commissioner personally profits from fees Sen. Staton looking into ‘Merkleson’ e-mail issue

April 21

April 21, 2011 --

Ga. doctors paid millions by drug companies Ex-principal of the year’s teaching license revoked State gas tax jumps 3 cents on May 1 Confederate flag at Dodge courthouse stirs controversy

May 1

May 1, 2010 --

DA probes alleged relationship between judge, public defender Report: Ga. tax laws tough on poor Some members of Congress spend hundreds of thousands on ‘franking’ Bill allows more access to DFCS records

6 to 9 years later, still no trial date for alleged $40K theft from ATL stadium authority

September 4, 2009 --

Two years ago, Davetta Johnson Mitchell was accused of stealing $40,000 of public money six to nine years ago. When she will go to trial – if ever – is anybody’s guess. Last week marked the second anniversary of her indictment for writing allegedly unauthorized checks to herself when she ran the Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation Authority. It took years to seek criminal charges, prosecutors say, because the authority’s records under Mitchell were a shambles. “They were not organized in any way,” assistant district attorney Kellie Hill said. “They were simply boxes of paper.”