Statesboro is the seat of Bulloch County and home to 67,000 Georgians. Statesboro was incorporated in 1803 and best known as the home of Georgia Southern University which is a Carnegie Doctoral Research University. Statesboro’s national notoriety is perpetuated by covers of “Statesboro Blues” written by Blind Willie McTell and later covered by the likes of the Allman Brothers Band, Eric Clapton, and blues greats Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder.
Statesboro also plays host to some outstanding Bullock County lawyers who are familiar with advising clients on a wide variety of cases. Lawyers in Statesboro regularly take divorce, immigration, personal injury, criminal, and wrongful termination cases among others.
Recently in Statesboro, Mann Bracken was charged with violating the Georgia Business Practices Act as well as other state and federal criminal charges associated with fraudulent dept collection. Bracken was allegedly working as a collections agent and harassing debtors by repeatedly calling them threatening them with forged civil actions on behalf of Citibank. Bracken is one of many illegal debt collection agents who were rounded up as part of a Georgia fraud sting. Bracken, if convicted, could also be liable for any civil harm he has done in the process.
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