Ga Woman Sentenced to Prison for Conspiring to File False Tax Returns

Scheme Sought Nearly $12 Million in Fraudulent Tax Refunds

Former Ga prison guard pleads guilty to smuggling meth, other drugs to inmates

Because he stored the drugs at his family home before smuggling them into the prison, he also pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine on premises where a minor resides.

​Georgia educator named National Principal of the Year

With Principal Wing’s recognition this week, Georgia is home to both the National Superintendent of the Year and the National Principal of the Year.

Treasurer of Multiple PACs Pleads Guilty to Filing False Reports With The FEC

He was treasurer of approximately 52 PACs, including Conservative StrikeForce, Conservative Majority Fund, Tea Party Majority Fund and Conservative Majority SuperFund.

FDA grants first-ever modified risk orders to eight smokeless tobacco products

In an effort to help prevent youth access and exposure, the agency has also placed stringent advertising and promotion restrictions on the products, including a requirement to restrict advertising to adults. The FDA also reportedly concludes that completely switching from cigarettes to these authorized products lowers certain health risks

Fmr President of Private Tennis Academy Pleads Guilty in College Admissions Case

Martin Fox, the former president of a private tennis academy in Texas, will plead guilty in connection with his involvement in a scheme to use bribery to facilitate the admission of applicants to selective colleges and universities.
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