KH attorney and Georgia State University professor, Jess Cino, recently commented on The Atlantic Journal- Constitution and Channel 2 Action News investigation against former chairman of the Development Authority of Fulton County (DAFC) Bob Shaw. The current reporting claims Shaw collected more than $1 million in DAFC salary and per diem as both an employee and appointed board member.
Cino, who has an extensive background in white collar and criminal law, was asked if Shaw might face a criminal case for essentially taking two incomes. She replied, “The only way I could see that is if you could demonstrate criminal fraud. And criminal fraud is a high bar.”
Check out the article from AJC here, and the WSB-TV interview here to learn more about this case and Cino’s participation.