AG Announces Upcoming Annual Community Shred Days

Attorney General Jim Hood is pleased to announce the upcoming 8th annual Community Shred Days on March 7-8, 2014, in a
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Memphis Resident Going to Prison for Manslaughter

A Memphis resident is going to prison for her role in a depraved heart murder case involving the death of a
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Pontotoc County Resident Facing Charges of Counterfeiting

A Pontotoc County resident has been arrested for selling and producing counterfeit DVD’s in the Tupelo area, announced Attorney General Jim
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Attorney General Issues Price Gouging Reminder

With Winter Storm Warnings posted for parts of Mississippi, Attorney General Jim Hood is reminding residents and business owners of the
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Rolling Fork Mayor Indicted for Wire Fraud and False Pretense

Mayor Eldridge Walker was arrested today by investigators with the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division following indictment by the Sharkey County
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Attorney General Jim Hood Addresses Ocwen Mortgage Servicing Wrongs through $2.1 Billion Joint State-Federal Settlement

Ocwen Financial Corporation of Atlanta, Georgia, and its subsidiary, Ocwen Loan Servicing, have agreed to a $2.1 billion dollar joint state-federal
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Con Artists Targeting Mississippi Credit Union Members

Attorney General Jim Hood is warning consumers that Mississippi has recently experienced a multitude of automated phishing attempts targeting credit unions
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Attorney General Hood Urges Congress to Extend Tax Relief for Struggling Homeowners

Fearing a setback for financially strapped homeowners and disruption to a slowly improving housing market, Attorney General Hood has joined again
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Harrison County Contractor Going to Prison for Home Repair Fraud

James Helmes, 49, last known to be residing in a Louisiana prison, has been sentenced after pleading guilty to one count
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