Monetary Sanctions imposed against the Office of the Georgia Attorney General and the former executive director of the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission
Three months after the jury’s verdict in Ms. Kalberman’s case, Kim Worth watched a newscast of an interview with the former director of the Georgia Government Transparency and State Finance Commission (formerly, the State Ethics Commission) who reported that she had allegedly been threatened by one of Governor Deal’s staffers during her administration. Ms. Worth filed a Motion for Sanctions against the Office of the Georgia Attorney General and the former director alleging that evidence had been withheld during the pendency of Ms. Kalberman’s action. To read Ms. Kalberman’s Motion for Sanctions click here.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Ural Glanville ruled in Ms. Kalberman’s favor, and ordered the Office of the Georgia Attorney General and the former director to each pay $10,000 as sanctions. To read Judge Glanville’s Order imposing sanctions click here.
The sanctions dispute created so much media attention, Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist, Mike Luckovich created the following depiction of Governor Deal in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Additionally, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s journalist, Aaron Gould Sheinin, prepared a sketch the day of the hearing before Judge Glanville.
Dale Russell Interviews Attorney Kim Worth on Nathan Deal’s
Ethics Scandal and Coverup
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