News & Alerts
- December 6, 2013 • PRESS RELEASE
Attorney General Geraghty's Response Letter to Chairman Troy Eid Regarding the ILOC Report
Dear Chairman Eid: I write to express my gratitude to the Commission and its staff for their effort and commitment in preparing "A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer." Fundamentally the Commission issued an urgent, yet fair, challenge which resonates with me: the State of Alaska can, and should, be doing more to work collaboratively with local tribes to improve public safety.
- November 26, 2013 • PRESS RELEASE
Seward Resident Found Guilty After Dumping Oily Bilge into Seward Small Boat Harbor
On November 21, 2013, Seward resident Allen Lloyd McCarty, 62 years old, was convicted in Seward District Court of one count of Pollution of Water, one count of Oil Pollution, and one count of Failure to Report a Discharge, all class A misdemeanors.
- November 21, 2013 • PRESS RELEASE
AT&T Mobility, Sprint and T-Mobile Will Stop Billing Problematic Third-Party Charges
Attorney General Michael Geraghty announced today a major breakthrough in the fight against "mobile cramming" (unauthorized third-party charges appearing on mobile telephone bills).
- November 12, 2013 • PRESS RELEASE
Alaska Department of Law Criminal Division Announces Honors
The Department of Law recently presented several Criminal Division employees with awards for their service to the State of Alaska. Attorney General Michael Geraghty presented the awards at a conference of all state prosecutors and victim/witness paralegals.
- November 2013 • CONSUMER ALERT
Affordable Care Act Fraud and Scams
Under the Affordable Care Act (or ACA, sometimes called "Obamacare"), Alaskans can now sign up for health insurance through an insurance marketplace, commonly referred to as an "exchange." Unfortunately, fraudsters will take advantage of the new program by attempting to trick consumers into providing personal or financial information, or purchasing products they do not need.