Some Complaints Dismissed, Others Settled Against Deal.

Atlanta Unfiltered has the details. The complaint dealing with air travel was dismissed.

Earlier today, Deal agreed to pay $3,350 in “administrative fees” after state investigators found dozens of minor violations in his 2010 campaign finance disclosures.

In one consent order approved this morning by the state ethics commission, Deal acknowledged 53 violations in reports on individual disclosures, which are considered “technical defects” under Georgia law. Generally, examples of technical defects include omitting a donor’s employer or full address or the purpose of an expenditure.

Deal’s attorney Randy Evans says they will seek to recover legal fees for the dismissed cases. Georgia Anderson filed these and several other complaints against Deal.

4 comments

  1. Bob Loblaw says:

    Good to see Anderson getting sued for legal fees. His misuse of the system with frivolous filings is part of the problem. Bob Loblaw always likes to see attorneys get properly compensated in cases like this.

    • Calypso says:

      I agree whole-heartedly. Anderson is scum. I hope he gets cleaned out in a suit seeking recompense.

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