Attorney General Hood Supports Actions on Mobile Cramming

Attorney General Jim Hood has joined with 39 other state and territorial attorneys general in sending comments to the U. S.
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Arkansas Resident Sentenced for False Pretense in Sunflower County

An Arkansas man has been sentenced for false pretense in Sunflower County, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.
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Greenville Resident Facing Seven Counts on Medicaid Fraud

At the time the crimes are alleged to have occurred, Marguerite Wilson, 31, was working as a case manager for Delta
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Greene County Surveyor Arrested for Crimes in Perry County

Greene County Surveyor Billy Eugene Brewer, 69, was arrested at his home in Leakesville by investigators with the Attorney General's Consumer
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Harrison County Resident Going to Prison for Insurance Fraud

A Harrison County resident is going to jail for committing insurance fraud, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. Read More

AG Warns MS about Scams Related to Recent Oklahoma Tornado

Attorney General Jim Hood is issuing a warning for Mississippians to be aware of scams related to the recent tragedy following
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Attorney General Warns Consumers of Recent E-mail Scam

Attorney General Jim Hood is warning consumers and businesses to be aware of a recent email scam purporting to help overseas
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Clinton Resident Going to Prison for Identity Theft and other Crimes

"I hope Judge Gowan's tough sentence and order of restitution for these victims will send a message to others contemplating identity
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Board of Contractors and AG Join Forces to Fight Unscrupulous Contractors

Following a series of recent storms, the Mississippi State Board of Contractors (MSBOC) and the Mississippi Attorney General's Office (MSAGO) are
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Jackson Women Sentenced for Fraudulent Use of a Debit Card

"We are glad the ringleader in this case will have time behind bars to consider her crime," said Attorney General
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