Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Mississippi Attorney General

31 Attorneys General Sign Multi-State Letter Supporting FTC Identity Theft Rules

Attorney General Jim Hood joined a coalition of 31 attorneys general recently in a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) urging the FTC...

Harrison County Man Pleads Guilty to Not Paying Child Support for...

34-year-old Gregory Williams of Biloxi A Harrison County man must pay back more than $12,000 to make up for failing to pay his child support...

Spike in Social Security Scam Raises Caution for Consumers

Attorney General Jim Hood is warning Mississippians of a rise in scam calls that try to get you to believe your Social Security Number...

Spike in Social Security Scam Raises Caution for Consumers

Attorney General Jim Hood is warning Mississippians of a rise in scam calls that try to get you to believe your Social Security Number...

AG Sends More than $17.6 Million to State General Fund

Attorney General Jim Hood delivered a $17,658,336.29 check to the Mississippi Legislature Tuesday that included settlement monies recently collected. The settlements include five of the...

CONSUMER ALERT: AG Hood Warns State Workers of Paycheck Scam

Attorney General Jim Hood is warning employees of the State of Mississippi that scammers are targeting them in attempt to reroute direct deposits of...

CONSUMER ALERT: AG Hood Warns State Workers of Paycheck Scam

Attorney General Jim Hood is warning employees of the State of Mississippi that scammers are targeting them in attempt to reroute direct deposits of...

SOS, Attorney General Seek More Than $25 Million from Federal Government...

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann and Attorney General Jim Hood filed suit today against the federal government on behalf of school children in three...

Two Plead Guilty in 2011 Murder of Disabled Man

Two men were sentenced this week after pleading guilty to the 2011 murder of Eddie Bankhead in Columbus, announced Attorney General Jim Hood. Omar Beard,...

AG Calls on Public Retirees to Attend PERS Board Meeting Tuesday

Attorney General Jim Hood is encouraging state retirees to attend a meeting Tuesday with the Board of the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) regarding...