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After 10 years, Supremes disbar two ATL ambulance chasers

November 30, 2011 --

Two Atlanta attorneys who paid runners at least $276,000 over several years to bring them personal-injury clients were stripped of their right to practice law today by the Supreme Court of Georgia. Lawyers Steven C. Freedman and Thomas C. Sinowski, who had “zealously” litigated the case against them for 10 years, argued that even a one-year suspension was too much.

Nov. 29

November 29, 2011 --

ATL police major suspended in Tracy Reed traffic case

Nov. 28

November 28, 2011 --

Miller Co. school board dodges ouster Opinion: Feds too slow on combustible dust rules

Nov. 27

November 27, 2011 --

Authority chairman’s city job, pay raise questions for Savannah council

Nov. 25

November 25, 2011 --

Ethics commission deals with challenges of change TSA says no security violations at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport

Nov. 23

November 23, 2011 --

Unfit officers hired by ATL police UGA prof faces restrictions for violating harassment policy Riverkeeper blocks Fulton Co. airport’s plan to clearcut 20 acres 2 more indicted in Brooks Co. election fraud case

Nov. 22

November 22, 2011 --

Woman wrongfully imprisoned for 2 years over incorrect sentence sheet ATL breaking red-light camera law ATL told to pay parking contractor $3.6M 11Alive investigation nets raid of suspected ‘pill mill’ Fort Benning staff sgt looking for punitive damages from title lender

Nov. 21

November 21, 2011 --

Lawmaker uncovers personnel problems at state’s newest department Costly payouts pile up for Atlanta

Nov. 20

November 20, 2011 --

Hospital mistakes kept secret in Georgia Test cheating probe costing taxpayers $6M+

Nov. 18

November 18, 2011 --

Undercover ATL officer says she was violated during undercover operation New rule for Dem lawmakers: Don’t talk to feds without GOP lawyer present Report: Morrow police chief asleep at wheel before DUI

Nov. 17

November 17, 2011 --

Sunday sales and the power of lobbyists Counties & state among GA’s biggest polluters ATL airport bid controversy Governor names Marietta attorney to ethics commission Glynn Co. drug court opens without its founding judge Low pH, possible kaolin mine runoff cited in October fish kill Gwinnett approves new ethics rules

Nov. 16

November 16, 2011 --

Hundreds of officers are no-shows at DUI hearings Clayton Co. grand jury to question ex-sheriff Victor Hill Lobbyists pay $5,000+ for Cagle golf outing Children charged with sex crimes back in school Gwinnett approves new ethics rules