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March 11

March 11, 2011 --

Arbitrators: Developer should pay $43M to FDIC, banks UGA professor scolded for failing to report harassment ATL superintendent’s personal e-mails subpoenaed Open gov’t law rewrite unlikely to pass this session House passes patients’ ‘right to know’ on malpractice insurance Forsyth County backs off ethics amendments 3 Columbus Parks & Rec defendants get no jail time

Jan. 25

January 25, 2010 --

As lobbyists give, most take Foster children experiencing ‘high’ rate of abuse, neglect Moody’s role in DK construction case a twisting tale Former Fulton sheriff’s deputy faces jail time

Dec. 2

December 2, 2009 --

No jail time for ex-judge Blitch Wrongful death suit filed against Clayton sheriff Concern grows for Grady dialysis patients Vaccine cases spark interest — and an unusual move by plaintiffs Natural gas fight coming to head between cities, AGL

Towns County Sheriff Rudy Eller: 5 years in prison

Towns County Sheriff Rudy Eller: 5 years in prison
October 18, 2009 --

In 2007, Rudy Eller hid a gun fired by his chief deputy in a domestic dispute and lied to GBI investigators about it. A year later, Eller pleaded guilty to making false statements, tampering with evidence, hindering apprehension of a criminal, and violating his oath of office. Eller’s lawyer and the district attorney asked the judge to show mercy on Eller, who suffers from diabetes and emphysema. But Superior Court Judge Lynn Alderman was unmoved: “The court is in the business of justice. Mercy is for the Lord and other parties who are not here today.”

Sept. 15

September 15, 2009 --

Gwinnett DA seeks special grand jury for county land deals Eaves seeks council seat 20 years after bribery conviction Roberta police officers serve jail time on weekends, but still on force weekdays State inquires on Albany taxpayers group