JAILTIME FOR GEORGIA POLITCIAN?
Former Georgia State Rep. Robin Williams has been convicted of health care fraud and could be sentenced to 17 years. Trial law expert Ronald L. Carlson said the sentence's severity is due to the fact that "the federal government provides severe penalties for money laundering because it is often invoked in drug cases." To read the complete story, see the Augusta Chronicle and enter "Williams could face 17 years" in the search field. The article was published on 5/15/05, and the authors are Corwin, Hodson and Cooper.
"JAILTIME FOR GEORGIA POLITCIAN?" (2005). In The News. Paper 315.