During a field hearing of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Richmond, Attorney General Mark R. Herring today announced that his office will be developing strategies to combat predatory lending that ensnares thousands of Virginians each year in a cycle of debt.
Kateresea L. Ford, 42, of Glen Allen, Virginia, pleaded guilty today to one count of Health Care Fraud.
Attorney General Mark R. Herring today celebrated the 20th anniversary of Triad in Virginia with more than 250 Virginia seniors.
Attorney General Mark R. Herring issued the following statement on the results of the Charlottesville Police Department's investigation into the alleged instance of sexual violence portrayed in Rolling Stone magazine.
Attorney General Mark Herring and Norfolk Commonwealth's Attorney Greg Underwood announced that Stanley McCoy Ruffin has pleaded guilty to drug and weapons crimes that led to the lockdown of a Norfolk elementary school last October
Attorney General Herring believes that transparency and accountability are keys to good governance. The people of Virginia have the right to know how their money is being spent and how this office is working on their behalf.